The universe of early voters is expanding to include Easton. Local voters are taking advantage of the absentee ballot option afforded them during the Covid-19 pandemic in record numbers.
Local voters as of Friday had applied for 1,764 absentee ballots, and 741 had been returned. Continue reading “Easton Voters Return Record Number of Absentee Ballots”
The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of June:
129 Wedgewood Drive, Jack M. and Lauren L. Ryng to Crina M. Boeras and Rahmat Ali, $660,000.
93 Tranquility Drive, Jonathan Aiello and Milinda Aiello to Andrew Noyes, $628,000. Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers”
Alas, no complimentary dog biscuits this year. Town Clerk Christine Halloran and Assistant Town Clerk Joan Kirk usually provide dog treats to those who renew dog licenses in person. Town Hall is closed to the public, but residents have several other options to obtain a new license Continue reading “June is Dog License Renewal Month”