Capital Improvements Committee – Did You Know?

Capital Improvements Committee – Did You Know?

Committee Size:  5 membersTerm Length: 5 yearsMeeting Schedule: Typically once a month as determined by the membersDescription: The Committee shall ascertain annually what capital expenditures will be required by the Town during the subsequent ten fiscal years. In making its determinations, the Committee shall consult with such officers 

Appropriation Committee – Did You Know?

Appropriation Committee – Did You Know?

Committee Size:  5 members Term Length: 3 years Meeting Schedule: Typically once a week on Thursdays in the spring leading up to Town Meeting. The rest of the year is typically once a month. Description: There shall be an Appropriation Committee of five registered voters 

Weekly News Roundup – 06/06/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 06/06/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Covid-19 Update and precautions • eHop has a charity bib available for the October 11, 2021 Marathon! • OPENINGS ON BOARDS & COMMITTEES – APPLY ONLINE • As summer begins, new policies in place for Sandy Beach 

Weekly News Roundup – 04/25/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 04/25/2021

Covid-19 Updates and Vaccine Information • Know Your Vote – Monday May 3rd at 7:00 PM (Virtual Event) • Have questions for us to address during KNOW YOUR VOTE? • Main Street Construction Update: 2 Week look ahead • Public Notice: South Street – Fire Flow 

Weekly News Roundup – 04/04/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 04/04/2021

Covid-19 Updates and Vaccine Information • Hopkinton Covid-19 Vaccine Information • HPS Covid Case Tracking • Town Health Department fines youth hockey program for COVID violations • From Hopkinton to Framingham, volunteers help teachers secure COVID-19 vaccine appointments • Schools prepare for K-5 full-time return 

Main Street Corridor Project Q&A – 3/30 at 7PM

Main Street Corridor Project Q&A – 3/30 at 7PM

Curious about the Main Street Corridor Project and want to get the full scoop? eHop & HCAM will be hosting a session with town officials, on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 7:00 PM, where you can ask questions about logistics of the project and how 

Weekly News Roundup – 09/06/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 09/06/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • List of Town Meeting Articles with Links and Details • Superintendent: District, teachers union ‘working really hard’ to finalize agreement • Town counsel: Select Board did not violate open meeting law with anonymous comments • Select Board roundup: Developer continues prep 

Weekly News Roundup – 08/09/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 08/09/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Community Notice: Voting Regulations for State Primary Election 8-7-2020 • Main Street Corridor Project Bid Opening Date Extended • Senate President Spilka, State and Local Leaders Announce COVID-19 testing in South Framingham • 4th Congressional District: 2020 Candidate Forum – August 

Select Board – Actions Taken 06/16/2020

Select Board – Actions Taken 06/16/2020

Legislative Updates from Senate President Karen Spilka and Representative Carolyn Dykema • Covid-19 Update • Consent Agenda • 26.2 Foundation – Hopkinton Virtual Marathon • Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit Application • Legacy Farms Host Community Agreement Amendment #7 • General Obligation and Bond Approval • 

Weekly News Roundup – 05/24/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 05/24/2020

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • Town Meeting delayed again; Hopkinton receives $1.6M in federal funding • Town of Hopkinton Receives $3 Million MassWorks Infrastructure Grant. Main Street Corridor Project Fully Funded • Veterans Inc. to Reopen Food Pantry • Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project – 

Weekly News Roundup – 04/19/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 04/19/2020

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • New Town Election and Caucus Dates • Hopkinton officials tell runners: Stay home • Virtual Town Hall Office Hours • Public Service Announcement: Fire flow test to be conducted on main transmission lines. Temporary discoloration is expected • Hayden Rowe/Chestnut 

Weekly News Update – 02/09/20

Weekly News Update – 02/09/20

Special Election Update: Hopkinton voters OK all 3 debt exclusions, giving go-ahead to three school building projects • Ashland hires economic consultant Elizabeth Stanton to aid in pipeline fight • 2019 Annual Town Meeting Report Card • Hopkinton Picks Nonprofit To Build International Marathon Center • Growth Study