Weekly News Roundup for 12/02/18
School Committee budget meeting (Nov 15th) updates . Commissioners of Trust Funds seeking candidates to fill one unexpired term . Hopkinton town hall close while power restored . Zoning Advisory Committee Public Hearing
School Committee budget meeting (Nov 15th) updates
At their November 15 meeting, the School Committee heard FY20 budget presentations from the following departments: Technology, Building & Grounds, Student Services, Arts, and Music.
Commissioners of Trust Funds seeking candidates to fill one unexpired term
The Board of Selectmen and remaining members of the Commissioners of Trust Funds are seeking candidates to fill one unexpired term on the Commissioners of Trust Funds. The candidate will serve until the next Annual Town Election, on May 20, 2019. The Commissioners of Trust Funds is a 3-member elected body which manages the disbursement of trust funds given or bequeathed for the benefit of the Town or the inhabitants thereof, unless the donor in making the gift or bequest shall otherwise provide; and distributes the income of each such trust in accordance with its terms. Interested parties should apply online no later than Friday, December 21, 2018.
Hopkinton town hall closed while power restored
Town Hall lost power about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday and a leaking pipe discovered in the basement. Hopkinton facilities and inspection services shut down the power and water to the building within minutes of the event, according to a press release.
“The restoration of power will be undertaken carefully and systematically, so as to ensure that all electrical systems are safe and undamaged,” the release reads.
Zoning Advisory Committee Public Hearing
Reminder that the Zoning Advisory Committee will hold a public hearing tonight, Monday, November 26, 2018 at 7:00 PM in Room 215/216 of the Town Hall, to hear your ideas and proposals for changes to the Zoning Bylaw and/or the Zoning Map. “This is an opportunity to propose changes to the land uses permitted in specific areas in Hopkinton, the manner in which certain uses are permitted, dimensional requirements, or other ideas with respect to land use regulation.”