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Electricity generated from adding more solar panels to the roof of Samuel Staples Elementary School could general power for Easton’s schools and municipal buildings. But an inspection shows the roof is not in adequate condition for the project. Photo by Tina Ugas.

Easton school board addresses solar panels on Staples school and more

Carroll Brooke, a member of the Clean Energy Task Force, proposed using ground mounts in a field behind the school for the panels to produce solar power.

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Inside this week’s Easton Courier

The Easton Courier is on newsstands today. Press releases for the Sept. 25 edition must be…

Parks and Recreation Director Gary Simone and Marje Tracy, shown here with her standard poodle, Blue, want to build a dog park at Aspetuck Park. Photo by Nancy Doniger

Dog park on hold pending approval by commissioners

Twenty residents jammed the offices of the Parks and Recreation Commission Sept. 8 to talk…

The wooded, 30-acre site is on South Park Avenue near Exit 47 of the Merritt Parkway.

Residents have their say about uses for South Park property

The property is in the news because the New England Prayer Center has until Oct. 8 to exercise an option to buy the property for $5.8 million.

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