Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 11/13/2020

Good afternoon,

My focus again this week is COVID-19. We received some wonderful news this week on the progress that is being made with a vaccine. It is American ingenuity at its best on display and will hopefully provide some daylight at the end of the Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Anne Hughes Candidate Statement: Working Toward Solutions Together

Among my greatest joys as the state representative serving Easton, Weston, and Redding, is simply spending time in the district — so spectacular during this peak foliage season- — meeting new neighbors for the first time and renewing old friendships.

During these past two years, Continue reading “Anne Hughes Candidate Statement: Working Toward Solutions Together”

Don’t Inhale

The year 2020 may set a 100-year record for deaths from lung disease.  Several problems are converging and challenging the lungs of all Americans. Viruses and air pollution are the agents presenting the biggest threats to our lungs at present and in the immediate future. Neither Continue reading “Don’t Inhale”

Medical Math: Covid-19 x 2 = 0 Vaccine

The White House recently announced that it will be promoting an expedited evaluation of a Covid-19 vaccine. This would be good news if, in fact, it resulted in a safe and effective vaccine in the near future. We certainly can have a vaccine before November 2020, if safety and efficacy Continue reading “Medical Math: Covid-19 x 2 = 0 Vaccine”

Former Easton Resident Probes Vaccine Delay and Dispatch

Today’s system of vaccine development “is not well suited for responding to global public health needs,” but it was at one time and could be again, according to Kendall Hoyt, a faculty member at the Geisel School of Medicine of Dartmouth College.

An Easton elementary and middle Continue reading “Former Easton Resident Probes Vaccine Delay and Dispatch”