Maryland Office of Veterans Affairs Opens in Easton
The Easton Branch Office of The Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs Service and Benefits Program formally opened today at 11 S. Harrison St. Ceremonies were held at the Town Office on 15 November 2013.
Among the dignitaries in attendance: United States Senator Ben Cardin, Maryland Secretary - Department of Veterans Affairs Edward Chow, State Senator Richard Colburn, State Delegate Addie Eckardt, State Delegate Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, Easton Mayor Robert Willey, and Easton Councilwoman Megan Cook. Many VFW and American Legion Post Commanders and representatives from across the state along with a number of military veterans were also in attendance.
Following the Ceremony, the Office was open for a reception
For more information about The Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs Service and Benefits Program, please visit their website.
Public Hearing - Ordinance 634
A Public Hearing was held on October 21st in the Council Chambers regarding Ordinance 634 - Minimum Property Maintenance Historic Provisions. A copy of the Ordinance can be found here
Webelos from Pack 532 visit the Town Office
Mayor Wiley, Council President Ford, and Councilwoman Cook met with Webelos from pack 532 to learn about how government works in our community.
Toward Zero Deaths Maryland Campaign
More than 500 people die on Maryland roads every year. These are all family, friends and neighbors – not just statistics. Every person that dies is a loss that is sudden, shocking, and unpredictable.
Death and injury should not be an acceptable consequence of driving. It has never been for airlines, trains or ships. Why motor vehicles?
That’s why so many are working Toward Zero Deaths on America’s roadways through policy, public health, education, enforcement and other efforts.
The Town of Easton and Easton Police Department have joined the Toward Zero Deaths campaign which launched August 1st. We are committed to stopping needless deaths on our roadways and we’ll do it through tough enforcement.
The Town of Easton requests proposals: To Provide Group Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Long Term Disability Insurance Brokerage Services to The Town of Easton and Easton Utilities
Please click here for additional information.
Ordinance 627 authorizing Administrative Waivers of the Maryland State Minimum Property Maintainance Standards is available for review here.
Ordinance 628 regarding Minimum Property Maintainance Standards is available for review here.
Ordinance 629 regarding Real Estate Contract Notice is available for review here.
These Ordinances become effective on October 7th.