As I have said previously I want to present the reasons why I believe that the funding and construction of the multi-use path along sport Hill Road from Helen Keller Middle School to Silverman’s farm is important for Easton. Much of the reasoning has been summarized in an excellent Continue reading “Op-Ed: Multi-Use Path Is a ‘Great Idea for Easton””
At Two Upcoming Town Meetings and Two Town-wide Votes
Easton property owners will help chart the town’s future at two upcoming Town Meetings on March 23 and April 26, and two town-wide votes on March 30 and May 4. In addition, taxpayers can register their opinion about the proposed Continue reading “Voters Will Make Major Decisions About Easton’s Future UPDATED”
The town of Easton has released the following PDF file with the results from the recent pedestrian safety survey:2020_pedestrian_safety_survey_data_all_201015
The PDF can also be accessed on town of Easton’s website: https://www.eastonct.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif3071/f/uploads/2020_pedestrian_safety_survey_data_all_201015.pdfContinue reading “Easton Posts Pedestrian Safety Survey Results”
UPDATE: Discussion and possible action on the Community Connectivity Grant for the Westport Road and Center Road intersection project is on the agenda for tonight’s Board of Selectman virtual meeting at 7:30 p.m. The agenda and instructions on how to connect are here.
Easton Planning, in coordination with the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (METROCOG) and the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG), held a design charette focusing Continue reading “Sport Hill Road Design Charette”