eHop Updates

Select Board Actions Taken 10/19/21

Select Board Actions Taken 10/19/21

Agenda Items & Actions Taken: 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER 1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 6:01 PM PUBLIC FORUM 2. Residents are invited to share ideas, opinions or ask questions regarding Town Government. 6:10 PM CONSENT AGENDA 3. The Select Board will consider the following consent 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Main Street Construction Advisory – October 15, 2021 – Undergrounding of Utilities Work Begins • Thank you to all who supported eHop Marathon runner Reilly McGreen! • Roadwork Notice • 2022 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING & FY23 BUDGET 

2022 Annual Town Meeting & FY23 Budget Timeline

2022 Annual Town Meeting & FY23 Budget Timeline

Budget season for 2022-23 is already underway – we’ll keep our timeline updated as the year progresses so you can follow along.

Capital Improvements Committee – Did You Know?

Capital Improvements Committee – Did You Know?

Committee Size:  5 membersTerm Length: 5 yearsMeeting Schedule: Typically once a month as determined by the membersDescription: The Committee shall ascertain annually what capital expenditures will be required by the Town during the subsequent ten fiscal years. In making its determinations, the Committee shall consult with such officers 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/10/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 10/10/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Notice of Lumber Street Paving • Please donate to eHop’s Boston Marathon runner: Reilly McGreen • Boston Marathon Road Closure Update: Public Notice • Community Notice: 2021 Boston Marathon • Town of Hopkinton Excited to Welcome Boston Marathon Runners Back to Start 

Select Board Actions Taken 10/05/21

Select Board Actions Taken 10/05/21

Agenda Items & Actions Taken: 5:30 PM CALL TO ORDER 1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 5:31 PM PUBLIC FORUM 2. Residents are invited to share ideas, opinions or ask questions regarding Town Government. 5:40 PM CONSENT AGENDA 3. The Select Board will consider the following consent 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/3/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 10/3/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Notice of Lumber Street Paving • Covid-19 Update and Precautions • ‘Love Letter’ film welcomes back marathoners to Hopkinton • BAA execs update Select Board on logistics for Boston Marathon • Hopkinton Planning Board Vacancy Announcement • Parks & Rec roundup: Turf fields 

Select Board Actions Taken 09/28/21

Select Board Actions Taken 09/28/21

6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER 1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 6:05 PM CONSENT AGENDA 2. The Select Board will consider the following consent agenda: a. MINUTES – The Select Board will consider approving the Minutes of the September 13, 2021 meeting. The Select Board approved the 

Weekly News Roundup – 09/27/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 09/27/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Town of Hopkinton Oversees New Environmentally-Friendly Paving Process Throughout Town • 26.2 Foundation receives grant for trail construction in Hopkinton from Athletic Brewing Company’s Two for the Trails Grant Program • Select Board roundup: Options for Center School discussed; anonymous 

Select Board Actions Taken 09/21/21

Select Board Actions Taken 09/21/21

6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER 1. EXECUTIVE SESSION a. Pursuant to M.G.L. c.30A, §21(a) (purpose 3) to consider strategy with respect to collective bargaining relative to DPW, Police, Fire and Library Unions, and negotiations with non-union staff, because an open meeting may have a detrimental effect on 

Weekly News Roundup – 09/20/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 09/20/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Diversity mural unveiling at EMC Park • Photos: Polyarts festival • Parks & Rec roundup: Turf fields might last 2 more years; Town Common trees in rough shape; dog park nearly complete • Appropriations Committee – Did you 

Hopkinton Historic District Commission – Did You Know?

Hopkinton Historic District Commission – Did You Know?

Committee Size: 7 members Term Length: 3 years Meeting Schedule: Typically once a month on the second Thursday  Description: Historic Districts in Massachusetts have three major purposes, as stated in Ch. 40C of Massachusetts General Law: 1.) To preserve and protect the distinctive characteristics of