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View of the Mill River on the 29.6 acre South Park property in Easton. This section of the Mill River is designated by the state of Connecticut as a Class 1 Wild Trout Management Area, one of only nine in the state. — Photo courtesy of Citizens for Easton

VIDEO: Citizens for Easton proposes Mill River Park for South Park

Citizens for Easton’s proposal to retain the 29.6 acres of town-owned property at 22 South…

A large solar panel array has been installed behind Samuel Staples School and is expected to produce half the school’s electricity. — Carroll Brooke photo

Easton zoners eye Morehouse Road site for bus depot

The Planning and Zoning Commission is focusing on a site on Morehouse Road to house…

Bruce LePage was one of more than a dozen residents who spoke at the Aug. 18 Board of Selectmen meeting where Citizens for Easton proposed the Mill River Park for the town-owned South Park Avenue tract. — Bryan Haeffele photo

Easton has spent a very small amount for open space

Easton has lots of open space. The bulk of it, around 6,000 acres, is Aquarion…

Addressing the Board of Selectmen, James Prosek said he supports Citizens for Easton's proposal. He and Laura Modlin created the Mill River Heritage Project, an educational website to educate the public about the Mill River. — Bryan Haeffele photo

Eastonites speak out for South Park preservation

Residents who packed the community room at the Easton Public Library to hear Citizens for…

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