Selectmen Meetings Update & Legislators’ Office Hours
Dear Educate Hopkinton Subscriber –
The town budget process for FY10 is already underway. The Selectmen voted 4-1 on February 7 not to consider an override for the FY10 budget. They are currently considering whether to take the annual 2 1/2% allowed by the state. It is always appropriate to e-mail the Selectmen and/or School Committee and let them know your thoughts regarding the options available.
In addition, Senator Karen Spilka will be holding office hours in Hopkinton on Friday, 2/13 at 10 am at the Hopkinton Town Hall. Representative Carolyn Dykema will be holding office hours in Hopkinton on 2/23 at 9 am at the Hopkinton Gourmet. Please stop by and ask your questions or share your thoughts regarding the state budget and implications for Hopkinton.
School Committee:Nancy Burdick: email@example.com
Phil Totino: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Robak: email@example.com
Richard deMont: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Stoldt: email@example.com
Brian Herr: firstname.lastname@example.orgMary Pratt: email@example.comMike Shepard: firstname.lastname@example.orgMatt Zettek: email@example.comRJ Dourney: firstname.lastname@example.org
The presentations given to the School Committee on 1/8, 1/15, and 1/22 by the High School, Middle School, Athletic Department Special Education, Buildings and Grounds, Elementary Schools, Technology Department and Central Office have been posted on the School Committee website. Dr. Phelan submitted his preliminary budget to the School Committee on December 18. Follow this link to see the above-listed information:http://www.hopkinton.k12.ma.us/newweb2/schoolcommittee/budget/budget.php.educatehopkinton.com
Educate Hopkinton’s goal is to keep people up-to-date on the budget process
and the Town’s financial needs