I have been a resident of Easton for 44 years with my wife and two children. My children received a wonderful education from Easton’s schools, made many lifetime friends, and their experiences in Easton built a great foundation for their course in life. My comments herein are made with a background of appreciation for the benefits my family has enjoyed as citizens of Easton. Having said that, I suggest there is room for improvement for the town.
I wrote a letter to the editor some 40 years ago, as an Easton citizen, suggesting that our zoning laws and our wetlands and conservation regulations are too restrictive, make home ownership too expensive, and the end result is de facto discrimination, whether intended or not.