HKMS’s Outdoor Classroom to be Re-Dedicated in Honor of Former Principal

A re-dedication ceremony of the Joan Parker Outdoor Classroom will take place at Helen Keller Middle School on May 5 to honor Joan Parker, a former principal at the school who passed away in 2010. Shortly after her passing the outdoor classroom was created in her memory. Her vision Continue reading “HKMS’s Outdoor Classroom to be Re-Dedicated in Honor of Former Principal”

Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman

Following an unusually spirited campaign and significant voter turnout, Democrat David Bindelglass was re-elected First Selectman, out performing his challenger, Republican Jeff Parker.

Dave Bindelglass celebrate at home with his wife, Gloria, after winning a second term as first Continue reading “Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman”

Easton Board of Selectmen Debate a Wide Range of Issues

Candidates for Board of Selectmen took to the stage Wednesday at Samuel Staples Elementary School in the last of three candidate debates scheduled before the Nov. 2 municipal election.

The event was presented by the Easton Democratic Town Committee and Easton Republican Town Committee Continue reading “Easton Board of Selectmen Debate a Wide Range of Issues”

Jeff Parker (R), First Selectman, Candidate Bio and Statement

Candidate Bio

My name is Jeff Parker and I am excited to be running for First Selectman. I have served the town of Easton for nearly a decade on the Board of Education, so I understand that a full-time commitment is imperative to effectively lead our town. I have the time to dedicate, Continue reading “Jeff Parker (R), First Selectman, Candidate Bio and Statement”

Parker Comments on the Proposed Multi-Use Pathway

Jeff Parker, Republican candidate for the first selectman’s seat and a member of the Easton Board of Education, commented on the proposed multi-use pathway on Sport Hill Road. Read incumbent First Selectman David Bindelglass’s comments here. Bindelglass, a Democrat, is completing Continue reading “Parker Comments on the Proposed Multi-Use Pathway”

Letter: Ensuring a Great Education for Easton Children

On average, the Easton Board of Finance budget for the Easton Board of Education has been under 2% for the last dozen  years.  The major factor making this possible was declining enrollment. 

Our enrollment has now stabilized and is projected to rise over the next decade.  Therefore, Continue reading “Letter: Ensuring a Great Education for Easton Children”

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