Educate Hopkinton Keeps You ‘In the Loop’

Educate Hopkinton Keeps You ‘In the Loop’

There are several important opportunities for information in the coming weeks…

Wed 4/22, 6:30 pm, Room 211, Town Hall: Appropriations Committee Public Hearing on the FY10 Budget

Wed 4/22, 7:30 pm, Hopkinton Independent Candidate’s Debate, HCAM

Submit questions to Michelle Murdock:

Wed 4/29, 7 pm, Hopkinton Women’s Club ‘Meet the Candidates Night’, HCAM

Fri 5/1, 7 pm, Hopnews Sponsors Live Roundtable with Selectmen Candidates, HCAM

Mon 5/4, 7:00 pm, Middle School Auditorium: Annual Town Meeting Begins

Please note change in location from High School to Middle School!!!!

It is important to have at least one registered voter from each household attend Town Meeting. It begins on Monday, 5/4, and goes for 2-4 days until it is concluded. Budgets for school and town are approved, and important decisions are made regarding purchases, taxes, and town governance.

The Warrant is now posted:

Remember to contact the Town Clerk for Absentee Ballots if you will be out of town on May 18th.

Fri 5/15, 12 pm, Town Clerk’s Office, Town Hall, 18 Main Street: All absentee ballots must be received. Applications for an absentee ballot may be obtained at the Town Clerk’s office.

Mon 5/18, 7am – 8 pm, Middle School Brown Gym: Town Elections