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Weekly Roundup 04/28/2019

Weekly Roundup 04/28/2019

UPCOMING EVENTS: Know Your Vote 2019, Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce Town Update 2019, Hopkinton Trails Club Forum, Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscape • TOWN ARTICLES RESOURCES & CANDIDATES INFO: Article 10: Fiscal 2020 Operating budget • Article 23: Sidewalk Master Plan Phase II • Article 46: 76 Main Street Historic District • Articles 5,6,7,8 BRAVE Act • Article […]

Weekly Roundup for 02/24/2019

Weekly Roundup for 02/24/2019

Zoning articles proposed for 2019 Annual Town Meeting and Public Hearings • Video: Hopkinton Fire and Police Department Present FY2020 budget to Selectmen •  Fire sprinkler activation may cause water discoloration  •  Ashland selectmen weigh in on pipeline project  •  Milford Regional’s Patient advisory council needs new members  •  Video: Hopkinton Police Department […]

Weekly Roundup for 02/17/2019

Weekly Roundup for 02/17/2019

Southborough land eyed for soccer stadium  •  Hopkinton developer to bring self-storage facility plan to voters  •  A breakdown of 40B affordable housing  •  Hopkinton kennel bylaw changes proposed  •  Town election update on contested races  •  The Town of Hopkinton seeks a FT Children’s Librarian  •  Hopkinton Town Meeting OKs Lykan Bioscience tax break  •  […]

Weekly Roundup for 01/06/2019

Weekly Roundup for 01/06/2019

Hopkinton Cafe, Bittersweet Co., to move to new space  •  Historical Commission Reviewed 3 Demolition Applications • Bobbi Gibb sculpture to commemorate women’s running history  •  Reminders and notices from the Town Clerk’s office  •  Hopkinton board raises tobacco age, bans plastic bags  •  Software increasingly […]

Weekly Roundup for 12/16/2018

Weekly Roundup for 12/16/2018

 eHop in support of Community TV  •  Hopkinton hires Amy Beck as new senior services director  •  Developer appeals Hopkinton solar power facility denial  •  Hopkinton Parks and Recreation moved dog park to Fruit Street (UPDATE) 

List of Articles with Links & Details

List of Articles with Links & Details

2016 Town Meeting Warrant Motions Document REPORTS: Acceptance of Town Reports FINANCIAL – FISCAL YEAR 2016: FY 2016 Supplemental Appropriations – $200,000 FY16 Snow and Ice Deficit, and $31,500 for Sewer Enterprise Fund FY 2016 Budget Transfers – No Action – Consent Agenda Unpaid Bills from […]

Residents’ CVS Appeal Fails – Marty’s Liquor License Transfer Hearing

Residents’ CVS Appeal Fails – Marty’s Liquor License Transfer Hearing

At their October 14 meeting, the Board of Appeals voted 5-0 to deny the residents’ appeal and to uphold the building inspector’s ruling that CVS Pharmacy is a retail use, which is permitted in the Downtown Business District. Transfer of Colella’s Liquor License Coming up this week, the […]



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