Veterans Visit Joel Barlow High School

Many schools remember Veterans Day by staying closed, but Joel Barlow High School used this day of remembrance to provided students with the opportunity to hear from veterans who have served and defended our country.

“It’s important for our students to know these first-person stories Continue reading “Veterans Visit Joel Barlow High School”

Letter: Re-elect Anne Hughes to Work for You

To the Editor:

Anne Hughes works tirelessly for everyone she represents in Easton, Weston and Redding. Whether working on legislation in Hartford or listening to citizen’s concerns at home, Anne is working for you. Anne strives to keep her constituents informed of activities in Continue reading “Letter: Re-elect Anne Hughes to Work for You”

Letter: Elect Tim Gavin for State Senate

To the Editor:

Tim Gavin served our country as a United States Army officer. Now he is stepping up to ask you to vote for him to serve in the Connecticut State Senate.

Tim grew up in the small town of Canton, Connecticut. He is a graduate of CT public schools and Yale University. Continue reading “Letter: Elect Tim Gavin for State Senate”

Correction to “What is Going on in Easton?”

To the Editor:

A recent booklet mailed to Easton residents by the Citizens for Responsible Government (CRG) contained a reprint of an article titled “What is Going on in Easton?” by Brad Koltz, Publisher of the Easton Community Gazette which CRG claims has “information regarding Continue reading “Correction to “What is Going on in Easton?””

Letter: Improve our Board of Finance

To the Editor

Four Republicans and two Democrats currently comprise the BOF. This causes our town budgets to reflect what these four Republicans want rather than what the town wants.

You can help make the board better balanced by voting, Nov 2, for all three of our highly qualified Continue reading “Letter: Improve our Board of Finance”

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”

Tax Relief for the Elderly Committee to Review Existing Ordinance

A Tax Relief for the Elderly Committee has recently been formed by the Board of Selectmen to review the ordinance that governs the town’s program for property tax relief for Easton residents who are 65 years old or older and meet other eligibility requirements. 

The committee is Continue reading “Tax Relief for the Elderly Committee to Review Existing Ordinance”

Letter: Michelle McCabe for State Senator – 28th District

To the Editor:

Michelle has spent her career taking on some of the biggest challenges that face our community. As director of the Center for Food Equity and Economic Development (FEED) in Bridgeport, she has hands-on experience in small business development.

She will work to strengthen Continue reading “Letter: Michelle McCabe for State Senator – 28th District”

Letter: Anne Hughes for State Representative D-135th

To the Editor:

Anne is a problem solver accessible to ALL her constituents. Whether it is checking in on seniors with health care or tax relief issues, providing PPE to those who need it, or helping people save money on energy, Anne works hard to provide resources to those in need. Continue reading “Letter: Anne Hughes for State Representative D-135th”