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Town Election Results 2024

Town Election Results 2024

2,919 voters cast ballots on May 20, which is a turnout of about 22%. This was a increase from last year’s turnout of 11%, and higher than any turnout in the last 15 years. Winners in the contested races were Joe Clark and Brian Herr 

Meet the Select Board Candidates 2024

Meet the Select Board Candidates 2024

Vote for 2: Read “Select Board candidates dig into town’s issues at Meet the Candidates forum” by Mary Ellen Gambon in the Hopkinton Independent Read “Select Board race offers town mainstays, fresh faces” by Mary Ellen Gambon in the Hopkinton Independent

Learn More About the Eight Ballot Questions for 2024

Learn More About the Eight Ballot Questions for 2024

Ballot Questions: Question 1 Shall the Town of Hopkinton be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition two and one-half, so-called, the amounts required to pay for the bond issued in order to pay for the digitization of all Town paper records, including any 

Weekly News Update – Election Edition: 05/19/2024

Weekly News Update – Election Edition: 05/19/2024

Town Election 2024 • Meet the candidates for the contested select board race • Meet the candidates in uncontested and write-in races • UCTC completes revised charge draft as some members decry animosity toward committee • Trails Committee touts success of ‘Dogs on Trails?’ forum, 

Meet the Candidates in Uncontested & Write-In Races for 2024

Meet the Candidates in Uncontested & Write-In Races for 2024

Read “Annual Town Election: Candidate list, bios” in the Hopkinton Independent Video: Hopkinton Women’s Club Meet the Candidates Night 4/23/24

Town Meeting Results 2024

Town Meeting Results 2024

Key Documents Videos Day 1 – Monday, May 6, 2024 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING Reports ARTICLE: 1 Acceptance of Town Reports; Sponsor: Select Board PASSED FINANCIAL – FISCAL YEAR 2024 ARTICLE: 2 FY 2024 Supplemental Appropriations and Transfers; Sponsor: Town Manager PASSED (Consent Agenda)Motion (Appropriation Committee): 

Weekly News Roundup – 05/05/24 – Town Meeting Edition

Weekly News Roundup – 05/05/24 – Town Meeting Edition

Annual Town Meeting 2024 Begins Monday, May 6, 2024 at 7:00 PM at Hopkinton Middle School. By tradition the meeting ends at 11:00 PM and continues on consecutive evenings from 7:00-11:00 PM until all articles are voted. Annual Town Meeting typically lasts 2-3 nights. Key 

Weekly News Update-Town Meeting Edition: 04/28/2024

Weekly News Update-Town Meeting Edition: 04/28/2024

EHop’s Know Your Vote on APRIL 29TH • Town Meeting 2024 – Reference Documents • MBTA Zoning by-law-Article 39 • Updated Candidates List for the 2024 Town Election and Finalized Ballot Questions • Upper Charles Trail Committee makes slow progress on revising its charge • 

Weekly News Update – 04/22/2024

Weekly News Update – 04/22/2024

EHop’s Know Your Vote on APRIL 29TH • Updated Candidates List for the 2024 Town Election and Finalized Ballot Questions • Angela Perry completed her ‘big six’ after finishing Boston • Article 39: MBTA Communities Zoning Bylaw Trails Committee discusses upcoming ‘Dogs on Trails?’ forum 

MBTA Communities Zoning Bylaw (Article 39)

MBTA Communities Zoning Bylaw (Article 39)

Read the text of Article 39 “MBTA Communities Zoning Bylaw” sponsored by the Planning Board View the Zoning Map for Article 39 “MBTA Communities Zoning Bylaw” Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities (EOHLC) Presentation on MBTA Communities Hopkinton Press Release Regarding MBTA Communities Initiative 

Town Meeting 2024 Reference Documents

Town Meeting 2024 Reference Documents

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 2024 Begins Monday, May 6, 2024 at 7:00 PM at Hopkinton Middle School eHop will hold its 12th Annual Know Your Vote forum on Monday, April 29 at 7:00 PM.  This will be an in-person forum at HCAM Studios (77 Main Street). It will 

Weekly News Update – 04/09/2024

Weekly News Update – 04/09/2024

EHop’s Know Your Vote on APRIL 29th • Updated Candidates List for the 2024 Town Election • Select Board completes HPD Chief Bennett’s midyear review, offers goals for improvement • Town releases community survey seeking input on skills desired in new town manager • OSPC accepts