A recount today confirmed the results for two races that were close enough to warrant a recanvass. The recount for the offices of Selectman and Board of Finance to fill a vacancy for two years upheld victories for the selectman seat by Bob Lessler (D) vs. Jeff Parker (R) and for Continue reading “Election Recount Upholds Wins for Lessler and Laske”
The first of several upcoming swearing in ceremonies for incumbents and newly elected Easton town officials took place at Town Hall today. Town Clerk Christine Halloran administered the oath of office to Democrat David Bindelglass for his second term as first selectman.
In the wake of a sometimes contentious election, one thing Eastonites of all persuasions agree on: The town did not want inconclusive results.
At this time, the recanvass will be for the offices of Selectman and Board of Finance (To Fill a Vacancy for Two Years). The recanvass Continue reading “Election Recount Set for Nov. 9 UPDATED”
To the Editor:
Wendy Bowditch, Republican candidate for the Board of Finance bring years of experience to this position. She served on the Insurance Commission for 12 years, 7 as chairman, and was the elected Town Treasurer for 7 years. She retired from a successful career as an Continue reading “Letter: Bowditch for Board of Finance”
To the Editor:
As the owner of a successful global manufacturing company, I appreciate the financial acumen it requires to spend and invest wisely.
Having watched the recent Board of Finance debate, it is clear to me that Wendy Bowditch has a unique command of the town’s finances Continue reading “Letter: Board of Finance Needs Bowditch over ‘Balance’”
The second set of debates for the Nov. 2 municipal election was for Tax Collector and for the Board of Finance. The Easton Democratic and Republican town committees cosponsored the debate, which was held on Oct. 24 at Samuel Staples Elementary School. Voters could attend in person Continue reading “Tax Collector and Finance Board Candidates Debate”
This November 2 Easton can vote for an experienced, dedicated, and loyal group of Republicans. We are proud of our slate which includes decades of service to Easton and a few inspired newcomers unhappy with the way they see things progressing.
Putting our Board of Selectman under Continue reading “Republican Town Committee Closing Statement to Voters”
I have been involved in Easton for over 20 years. I started on the Insurance Commission, was the elected Town Treasurer and now serve as an appointed member of the Board of Finance. I am asking for your support to be an elected member of the board for the next two years.
I am excited to be running to complete a term on the Board of Finance to which I was appointed earlier this year.
Having been involved with the town of Easton’s finances for over 20 years, I have a broad understanding of how our budgets are set and how our town Continue reading “Wendy Bowditch (R), Board of Finance, Candidate Bio and Statement”
Volunteer Fire Department Chief Steven Waugh, who is retiring after decades of serving the town of Easton, received a standing ovation Saturday evening, Oct. 2, at the Easton Republican Town Committee’s Annual Dinner.
Selectman Kristi Sogofsky, in reading from a State of Connecticut Continue reading “Fire Chief Waugh Lauded for Decades of Service”