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The Mill River runs through the town-owned South Park Avenue site. — Brad Durrell photo

Easton man outlines three proposals for South Park parcel

What will become of Running Brook Farm, the 29-acre town-owned parcel along South Park Avenue…

Engineer Mark Ochman, with his hand on a map, discusses the history of land being subdivided on Adirondack Trail with P&Z members. At left, standing, is developer Harold Rosnick, for whom Ochman is working on the project. — Brad Durrell photo

Digitalized maps for Easton’s new master plan have multiple uses

Land-Use Director John Hayes discussed digitalized maps being created for the town’s new master plan,…

AARP CT Volunteer and Easton resident Bryce Rathbone, Sen. Tony Hwang, and AARP CT Advocacy Director John Erlingheuser.

AARP honors Sen. Hwang for legislative work

On July 20 Sen. Tony Hwang was honored by the Connecticut AARP for his efforts to provide support to individuals who care for a loved one at home.

The proposed Easton bus depot site is on property occupied by an abandoned tennis group and playground, adjacent to Veterans Park, which extends to the lot where the Parks and Recreation Department stores equipment in aging trailers. The maintenance building would be up on the hill across from the parks and recreation garage and could also house equipment from the dilapidated trailers. — Nancy Doniger photo

Easton P&Z urges long-range plan for bus depot

Easton Planning and Zoning Commission members continue to favor having Easton and Redding share responsibility…

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