A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated Sept. 24, 2021

Autumn

Good afternoon,  


We have had a very busy week at town hall. As most of you know there was a referendum on Tuesday. First, I want to thank all of our citizens who worked many hours that day so the referendum could run smoothly. I also want to thank our Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Easton Town Referendum: The People Have Spoken

What the Referendum Results Mean for Easton

Voters went to the polls on Sept. 21 to decide the future of five ballot questions affecting quality of life issues for the town. They approved all but one of them, the funding for the design of a multi-use pathway intended to increase Continue reading “Easton Town Referendum: The People Have Spoken”

Op-Ed: The Case for Universal Design Adding Value to Our Town

At our recent Town Meeting, the governing body of the town, we heard differing views on the meaning, intention and uses of the proposed multi-use pathway, which is an item on Tuesday’s referendum, asking to affirm spending 80,000 upfront for the initial design phase, to be 80% reimbursed, Continue reading “Op-Ed: The Case for Universal Design Adding Value to Our Town”

Easton to Increase Security at the Polls Following Breach

The hallways and doors at Samuel Staples Elementary will be locked during the upcoming town-wide referendum and municipal election following a March 30 incident where an unauthorized individual took pictures in hallways and a classroom.

The incident prompted town and school officials Continue reading “Easton to Increase Security at the Polls Following Breach”

Message from the First Selectman

Updated 9/10/2021

Remembering 20 years
Good afternoon, 

As a reminder, tomorrow there will be a ceremony in remembrance of September 11, at 10 a.m. to be held at the Memorial in front of the library. The program is available at https://www.eastonct.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif3071/f/news/9-11_program_web_v2_2021.pdf .

Continue reading “Message from the First Selectman”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 06/04/2021

Good afternoon,

It was great to see many residents on Memorial Day and a huge thank you to all who participated and organized the parade! Everyone being together should remind us that we have more in common than that which separates us. Life continues to return Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 5/7/2021

happy mothers day

Good afternoon,

This week has been a busy time at town hall. First and foremost, we had a tremendous turnout for the referendum, which is a credit to all of our town’s people. The vote went off smoothly, which is not an easy task!  A huge thank you to the Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Op-Ed: Read the Resolution

On Tuesday, you have the chance to decide whether this town should adopt a proposed resolution on racism and public health.  Read the resolution on the town website before you head to the polls.  Consider what it says and decide whether you feel it is the right resolution for our Continue reading “Op-Ed: Read the Resolution”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass Updated 4/30/2021

Good afternoon,

We had our best two week COVID period in a long time. For the two weeks ending April 24th, the per 100,000 rate is 10.5. While that is good news, we are still seeing cases cropping up in our schools. As we approach the end of the school year, we hope to make Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass Updated 4/30/2021”

Op-Ed: ‘More Light and Less Heat’ on Sport Hill Sidewalk

To the Editor:

When the Board of Finance received the request for funding for the proposed Sport Hill sidewalk I had a number of questions. The main ones were how thoroughly had alternatives been evaluated, why did the cost for a bike and pedestrian pathway cost about double the Continue reading “Op-Ed: ‘More Light and Less Heat’ on Sport Hill Sidewalk”

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