To the Editor:
If it looks like an elephant, walks like an elephant, and trumpets like an elephant, it’s probably an elephant. Thanks to the recent article in this publication (10/5/21), we now know exactly what kind of leader Jeff Parker will be: one who undermines the public Continue reading “Letter: David Bindelglass for First Selectman”
To the Editor:
As an Easton resident for 38 years, I am casting my vote for David Bindelglass and Bob Lessler. They have the ability, desire and skills to lead Easton.
During their past years in office, these individuals have served Easton and its citizens admirably, guiding Continue reading “Letter: David Bindelglass for First Selectman & Bob Lessler for Selectman”
Easton Republicans formally endorsed their slate of candidates for the November municipal election during their caucus on July 22 at the Easton Public Library.
Jeff Parker is the party’s candidate for first selectman. Parker announced his candidacy and filed the paperwork to run Continue reading “Easton Republicans Endorse Candidates for November”
Easton is at a crossroads. Challenges from beyond our borders are dividing us as a community. We need a new focus that puts Easton First.
My family’s Easton roots date back generations. I returned in 1994 with my wife, Joan, and our two school-aged daughters. Joan’s career as principal Continue reading “Commentary: Jeff Parker — Why I’m Running”
My apologies for the long absence. We are living in unusual times and I didn’t think that many people were interested in town governance as we entered the Age of COVID-19. But we adjust to everything in due time, and town business must go on. A tad late, but no less useful: a bit Continue reading “Civics 101: On Selectmen Boards”