Weekly Roundup – 10/27/2019

Weekly Roundup – 10/27/2019

Holliston Town Meeting voters to consider start times bylaw Monday Community Notice: Hopkinton ZAC Public Forum Rescheduled to November 7th, 7:00pm • Representative Dykema Announces Local Office Hours • Public can ask questions at Oct. 30 forum about report on reconstruction on Pike/495 interchange • Community Preservation Committee (CPC) Public Hearing • Town of Hopkinton Notifies Residents/Property Owners of Next Steps in the Main Street Corridor Project Easement Appraisal Process • The Zoning Advisory Committee (ZAC) public forum has been postponed


Holliston Town Meeting voters to consider start times bylaw Monday

HOLLISTON – Town Meeting voters will weigh in Monday on whether the town should modify the district’s upcoming revised school start times by implementing a bylaw that would limit school buses to picking up elementary students no earlier than sunrise.

https://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/20191025/holliston-town-meeting-voters-to-consider-start-times-bylaw-monday

Community Notice: Hopkinton ZAC Public Forum Rescheduled to November 7th, 7:00pm

The Hopkinton Zoning Advisory Committee is holding a public forum on Thursday, November 7th at 7:00 PM in Room 215/216 at Town Hall. The purpose of this forum is to hear ideas and proposals for desired changes to the Zoning Bylaw and/or the Zoning Map. Zoning bylaws generally regulate the use of land, buildings and structures. 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.

http://www.hcam.tv/news/community-notice-hopkinton-zac-public-forum-rescheduled-november-7th-7pm

Representative Dykema Announces Local Office Hours

Residents are encouraged to stop in to their local office hours to share concerns, questions and opinions on state issues or simply to chat over a cup of coffee. Hopkinton: Monday, Nov. 4, 10:00am-11:00am, Hopkinton Library, 13 Main St

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Public can ask questions at Oct. 30 forum about report on reconstruction on Pike/495 interchange

The public next week will have the opportunity to learn and ask questions about the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the upcoming Mass Pike-Interstate-495 interchange reconstruction.

A public meeting will be held Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Marathon Elementary School cafeteria.

The report includes the status of project planning and design, the type and size of the project, requirements of state agencies and reasonable alternatives and methods to avoid, minimize and mitigate environmental impacts, according to the state Department of Transportation’s website. The project needs to dodge wetlands, the Sudbury River, Department of Conservation and Recreation land, train tracks and private property.

https://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/20191022/public-can-ask-questions-at-oct-30-forum-about-report-on-reconstruction-on-pike495-interchange

Community Preservation Committee (CPC) Public Hearing

Community Preservation Committee (CPC) Public Hearing on:
October 29,2019
Town Hall, 18 Main Street – Room 215

Click here to view agenda

Town of Hopkinton Notifies Residents/Property Owners of Next Steps in the Main Street Corridor Project Easement Appraisal Process

The Town of Hopkinton via the Town Engineer’s Office on October 18, 2019 notified residents/property owners abutting the Main Street Corridor Project, who had previously provided the Town Engineer with their emails, of the next steps in the easement appraisal process for the Main Street Corridor Project.

The notification included a letter notifying them that they will be receiving a letter from the appraisal company, Howard S. Dono & Associates, Inc. within the next week. The letter from the appraiser, which will follow within the next week, will include information about the appraisal process, as well as contact information for the appraiser.

View Appraiser letter

http://www.hcam.tv/news/town-hopkinton-notifies-residentsproperty-owners-next-steps-main-street-corridor-project



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