Finance Board OKs Design Funds for Pathway

The proposed multi-use pathway on Sport Hill Road is on the agenda for tonight’s Board of Selectman meeting following a 4-2 vote by he Board of Finance to approve $80,000 for preliminary design, pending taxpayer approval.

Expenditures of $20,000 or more must be approved by voters Continue reading “Finance Board OKs Design Funds for Pathway”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 4/9/2021

Good evening,

It was a busy week in town. The Board of Finance met on Tuesday and finalized the budget for next year. I will have a lot to say about the budget and try to explain it in some detail. However, I want to eliminate any chance of my explanations Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Letter: Yes for Sport Hill Road Sidewalk

To the Editor:

I would like to express my opinion on the proposed sidewalk on Route 59, Sport Hill Road. This subject certainly dominated the public comments at the recent March 23 Special Town Meeting for a good 45 minutes. As a 35-year resident of Easton I support this project Continue reading “Letter: Yes for Sport Hill Road Sidewalk”

What is the Proposed Pathway on Sport Hill Road?

A paved path running adjacent to and separate from Sport Hill Road would start from the driveway of Helen Keller Middle School and end at the crosswalk at Silverman’s Farm on the east side of Sport Hill Road. It would provide off-road use for pedestrians, cyclists, strollers, wheelchairs, Continue reading “What is the Proposed Pathway on Sport Hill Road?”

The Historical Society of Easton presents Then & Now

Located on the northwest corner of Sport Hill & Adams Road, this complex originally operated as a grocery store run by future Town Clerk John S. Adams and his wife Marietta beginning in the late 1830’s. During the most of 19th century, this area was one of Easton’s main hubs of commerce. Continue reading “The Historical Society of Easton presents Then & Now”

Lacy’s Lonely Bridge at the Merritt Parkway

The Lacy farm at the corner of Congress Street and Sport Hill Road before the Merritt was built, looking north on Sport Hill Road. Photo c.1915.

The Historical Society of Easton Presents the story of the Sport Hill Road Bridge.

One upon a time, the trip from the New York border Continue reading “Lacy’s Lonely Bridge at the Merritt Parkway”

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