Letter: South Park, It’s Never Over Until It’s Over

Easton bought 30 acres (the South Park property) in 2008 to prevent a high-density housing development that would have broken our zoning.

The town sold 20 acres of this land to the Aspetuck Land Trust to preserve it.

10 acres remain.

There is new proposal to put high density Continue reading “Letter: South Park, It’s Never Over Until It’s Over”

Letter: Vote Yes On South Park

To the Editor:

In a few days, Easton residents will begin to see “final vote” on South Park signs cropping up around town. With your forbearance, please allow us to explain why.

Last May, at a well-attended town meeting, Easton residents voted to place a conservation restriction Continue reading “Letter: Vote Yes On South Park”

Letter: Re-Elect Anne Hughes on Nov. 8

To the Editor:

Anne Hughes is a strong voice and advocate for the unique local needs in Easton. She is always available and accountable to her constituents by hosting coffee chats at Greiser’s, providing her cell number to community members and sending weekly newsletters to keep Continue reading “Letter: Re-Elect Anne Hughes on Nov. 8”

Letter: Vote for Alex Burns and Local Control

To the Editor:

Easton voters have a clear choice in this election. Anne Hughes is an avid proponent of state control of our zoning, education, and local taxes. Alex Burns stands for us, the locals, making most of the decisions that affect us. He also stands for bringing jobs back Continue reading “Letter: Vote for Alex Burns and Local Control”

Letter: Vote Tim Gavin to Bring True Leadership to 28th District

To the Editor:

Tim Gavin is the kind of state senator the 28th District needs. Clear-headed, thoughtful, and principled, Tim will listen to his constituents and serve with humility and purpose. From his time growing up in Connecticut as the son of two public school teachers, becoming Continue reading “Letter: Vote Tim Gavin to Bring True Leadership to 28th District”

Letter: Vote for Tony Hwang

To the Editor:

Please join me in supporting the re-election of Tony Hwang to the State Senate. The man works tirelessly for his constituents and has a strong focus on the local matters that mean so much to us here in Fairfield County.

As a citizen of Easton I feel confident Continue reading “Letter: Vote for Tony Hwang”

Letter: Excited to Vote for Tony Scott

To the Editor:

This year Easton has been split into two districts. I have the pleasure of now being  in the 112th District currently represented by state Representative Tony Scott. Scott has been fully engaged in Easton since the re-districting came about so he could learn about Continue reading “Letter: Excited to Vote for Tony Scott”

Letter: Vote for Tony Scott

To the Editor:

This November 8th some of the people of Easton, including myself, will be casting their votes for State Representative in the 112th District for the first time. I have had the good fortune of meeting the incumbent Tony Scott and am excited to cast my vote for him Continue reading “Letter: Vote for Tony Scott”

Letter: Re-elect Anne Hughes for the 135th

To the Editor:

Ever since she was elected as our state rep in 2018, Anne Hughes has worked tirelessly on Easton’s behalf. She has been faithfully accessible, accountable, and responsive in ways other politicians can’t compete with.

Here’s just a sampling of critical legislative Continue reading “Letter: Re-elect Anne Hughes for the 135th”

Letter: Send a Message to Candidates this Election

To the Editor:

The opportunity of this midterm election is to send messages to all candidates at local, state, and the national level:

1. To reinstate a border as 162 other UN member nations have.
2. To collectively say we support the police. We do not want to defund the police.
3. Continue reading “Letter: Send a Message to Candidates this Election”