Letter: Jeff Parker Will Not Unite Easton


Our family moved to Easton in 1985 from Philadelphia so that I could accept a position with a Trumbull based company. Our reason for settling in Easton was simple…the outstanding school system. That decision has served our family well.  Both of our children have gone through all Continue reading “Letter: Jeff Parker Will Not Unite Easton”

Letter: Maureen Williams & John Foley for Region 9 BOE

To the Editor:

Maureen Williams and John Foley are the perfect candidates to help lead Region 9 BOE into the future. They will seek solutions, encourage teachers and students, and offer a unique sensitivity to everyone.

Maureen’s experiential knowledge and leadership has proven Continue reading “Letter: Maureen Williams & John Foley for Region 9 BOE”

Letter: Exchange Club Meet and Greet

To the Editor:

Regarding the Meet and Greet at the Easton Village Store on Oct. 11, as president of the Easton Exchange club, I wanted to clarify some of the comments made regarding the event in your recent article.

This event was presented to the board of directors as a nonpartisan Continue reading “Letter: Exchange Club Meet and Greet”

Letter: David Bindelglass for First Selectman

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”

Letter: ‘Pathway’ Simply Wrong Design for Easton

To the Editor:

Vote ‘”No” for the pathway. It is a monstrosity as proposed. Were we talking a simple sidewalk to get people more safely from Keller to The Village Store, well, we’ve done without for decades, but OK, let’s discuss that.

But a 10-foot wide sidewalk? What the heck Continue reading “Letter: ‘Pathway’ Simply Wrong Design for Easton”

Letter: A Yes Vote On Pathway Is a Vote For Commercialization – Vote No

To the Editor:

In his Sept. 18 message, ostensibly published in his role as First Selectman, Mr. Bindelglass went too far with his last line that people that should be cautious about “false and conspiratorial narratives.” I agree but I don’t know what those are in this context Continue reading “Letter: A Yes Vote On Pathway Is a Vote For Commercialization – Vote No”

Letter: Is Jeff Parker For or Against the Pathway?

To the Editor:

This is in response to Jeff Parker’s published opinion on the Pathway dated Sept 12.

The reader was led to believe Mr. Parker was going to provide the Easton Voters his opinions on the Pathway as was stated in the body of the article, yet what he provided to Easton Continue reading “Letter: Is Jeff Parker For or Against the Pathway?”

Letter: Fund the Pathway Design

To the Editor:

At this past Monday’s Town Meeting when the topic of the multi-use/pedestrian path was discussed, many people expressed their opinions. Questions were asked about the path itself, like: would it have lights, how many trees will have to be cut down, would the copper Continue reading “Letter: Fund the Pathway Design”

Letter: Vote “No” on Pathway Design

To the Editor:

Typically, situations needing improvement are evaluated for a least cost, mid-cost or shoot-for-the-moon project.

We have never been given any other options for different solutions to this situation. Why? How about moving the road to the west and enlarging shoulder Continue reading “Letter: Vote “No” on Pathway Design”

Letter: Support the Sport Hill Road Pathway

To the Editor:

I am writing in support of the proposed pathway from Helen Keller Middle School to the Easton Village Store.

Just for a minute, I want you to imagine you are an 8th grader at Helen Keller. School just let out and you are walking to the Easton Village Store (or Silverman’s) Continue reading “Letter: Support the Sport Hill Road Pathway”

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