Author Archives: Citizens for Easton

Easton Courier Launch Event

birthday, victim to changing times and a nationwide trend of declining
local coverage.

An all-new Easton Courier will make its debut on Feb. 29, styled for
discerning readers who want to know everything that’s going on in
their hometown, quickly and accurately, and in an attractive and
accessible, updated format.want to know everything that’s going on in
their hometown, quickly and accurately, and in an attractive and
accessible, updated format.

Through a partnership with the School of Communications, Media & the
Arts at Sacred Heart University and with you, the community,
contributing content about the town you know and love, the Easton
Courier will rise again.

Mark your calendar for the Easton Courier Launch Event on Saturday,
Feb. 29 at 10 a.m. at the Easton Community Center, 364 Sport Hill
Road. 
Come and meet the editors and see the new Easton Courier as it
goes live for the first time.

This will be a chance to find out about the new, nonprofit local news
source and how you can be a part of it. We can’t do it without you.

We need you to send us your photos and articles about your clubs,
organizations, milestones — all the things that matter to you and that
make Easton the place that locals affectionately call the “jewel of
Fairfield County.”

Spread the word! Let others know about the launch event. We hope to
see you there.

Upcoming Brown Bag Lunch and Q & A with the First Selectman…

First Selectman Bindelglass invites the public to a brown bag lunch chat on February 18th, 2020 at noon at Easton Town Hall, Conference Room A. Come spend some time with the First Selectman. All are welcome!

There is also an opportunity for Q & A with the First Selectman on February 19, 2020 at 5:30 pm at Easton Town Hall, Conference Room A.

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LETTER FROM CONCERNED RESIDENT

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SADDLE RIDGE UPDATE

When: Thursday December 5, 2019 @ 11 AM.
Where: Hartford Judicial District, 95 Washington St
Why: It is important to show Judge Berger that Easton residents care enough about the safety of the public drinking water supply to drive up to Hartford and observe the proceedings!

 

🚗 Please contact us if you want to share a ride!

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👋 The motion to re-argue has, of course, resulted in *additional attorney’s fees*. We would appreciate any contribution you can make to our efforts in opposing Saddle Ridge.

Contribute

👫 You may contribute by donating via Paypal here:

 

If you would like to pay by check, please mail to:

Citizens for Easton
PO Box 151

Easton, CT  06612

Thank you! Hope to see you there!

EASTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS TRYON’S 1777 BURNING OF DANBURY

Tryon’s 1777 Burning of Danbury & the Battle of Ridgefield

Tryon's Raid 1777

 

Please join us in the main conference room at the Easton Public Library on Morehouse Road in Easton on Sunday, October 27th at 4:00 PM for a presentation by Ed Hynes on the 1777 Raid on Danbury and the subsequent Battle of Ridgefield. April of 1777 saw the only British forces pass through what is today’s Easton on their way to capture the Continental Armies storehouses in Danbury. Learn about the march and the confrontations between the opposing forces. Admission is free, however donations to the Historical Society of Easton are most appreciated