Last week you may have received a pamphlet from Citizens for Responsible Government (CRG) about Aspetuck Land Trust’s (ALT) proposed purchase of 18.6 acres of the 29.5- acre South Park property owned by the Town of Easton. We’d like to offer a few clarifications.
South Park Avenue Property Discussions
Citizens for Easton made a presentation to the board in support of naming the town-owned property on South Park Avenue in honor of former First Selectman Bill Kupinse. Kupinse was a strong advocate for the preservation and protection of property Continue reading “Board of Selectmen Meeting Recap”
A Citizens for Easton initiative proposes to designate 11 upland acres of the town-owned South Park Avenue property as open space and name it in memory of former First Selectman William J. Kupinse Jr. The petition will be presented to the Board Of Selectmen for consideration.
The Easton Board of Selectmen continued its review of several ongoing topics during its regular meeting on June 18.
The agenda included discussions about several possible ordinance changes. The selectmen continue their review of the current parks and recreation ordinance and whether Continue reading “Discussions and Reviews Continue at Board of Selectmen Regular Meeting”
Where does this referendum say anything about putting a commercial building on our South Park Avenue property?
This referendum passed by a wide margin in 2008 — 1,249 votes in favor of the referendum (75%) and 412 votes against it (25%). Then Easton purchased the property.Continue reading “No Commercial Building on South Park Property”
I want to begin by congratulating everyone in Town for continuing to do a wonderful job of hygiene and social distancing. The level of reported cases in Easton is very stable, and the trend in the hospitals and throughout the State is slowly improving. Some part of our daily lives Continue reading “5/01/2020 Update from First Selectman Bindelglass”