Weekly News Update – 05/15/2022

Weekly News Update – 05/15/2022

TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS • Meet the Candidates 2022 – Select Board, School Committee (3 year, 2 year and 1 year terms), Housing Authority, Constable and Uncontested races • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update


TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS

There are several Candidates running for the 2022 Town Election in both contested and uncontested races. Vote Monday, May 16, 2022, polls are open 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM at Hopkinton Middle School Brown Gym.

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LEARN ABOUT THE SIX BALLOT QUESTIONS FOR 2022

Watch Meet the Candidates and Select Board Debate

MEET THE SELECT BOARD CANDIDATES 2022

VOTE FOR 2:

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MEET THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE (3-YEAR) CANDIDATES 2022

VOTE FOR 1:

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MEET THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE (2-YEAR) CANDIDATES 2022

VOTE FOR 1:

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MEET THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE (1-YEAR) CANDIDATES 2022

VOTE FOR 1:

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MEET THE HOUSING AUTHORITY CANDIDATES 2022

VOTE FOR 1:

  • Linda Di Bona, Republican – {Linda has told eHop she is withdrawing, but her name will still appear on the ballot}
  • Nancy Drawe, Democrat – Candidate Statement | Website | Facebook

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MEET THE CONSTABLE CANDIDATES 2022

VOTE FOR 1:

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MEET THE CANDIDATES IN UNCONTESTED RACES FOR 2022

There are several Candidates running for the 2022 Town Election in uncontested races. Vote Monday, May 16, 2022, polls are open 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM at Hopkinton Middle School Brown Gym.

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Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update

What to Expect for the Week of May 16, 2022 to May 20, 2022

  • Install Electric Manholes along Main Street between 10 Main St. and 42 Main St.
    • On street parking on both the north and south side of Main Street will be impacted/not available during this work.
    • Two-way traffic along Main Street will be maintained.
  • Install Telephone and Comcast Manholes on Main Street between Walcott and entrance to Town Hall.
    • On street parking on both the north and south side of Main Street will be impacted/not available during this work.
    • Two-way traffic along Main Street will be maintained.
  • The entrance to Town Hall will be closed, with access maintained by using the exit as a temporary entrance/exit.
  • Barrels at the curb line will have temporary “No Parking” signs attached.
  • Cones will be used to delineate traffic.
  • The Contractor will coordinate with any abutter who is completely blocked by construction operations.
  • Work hours will be standard 7am to 3pm with possible extension to 5pm when needed.
  • Saw cutting operations will be taking place Monday May 16 (mostly between Hayden Rowe and beginning limits) to complete conduit trench cutting.
  • A second crew will be working on underground services in the area by the Fire and Police Station. Two lanes of traffic will be maintained.

https://hopkintonmainstreet.com/

RELATED: Live Construction Video Feeds are available for the Main Street Corridor Project, check where crews are working and traffic / weather conditions before you leave your home or office.

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