Select Board Actions Taken 02/04/20

Select Board Actions Taken 02/04/20

Special Permits and Licenses • Staff Appointments • Host Community Agreement • TIF Negotiations • Proposed FY 2021 Capital Articles • I-495/ I-90 Interchange Reconstruction Project The meeting video is available on the HCAM YouTube Channel and the Actions Taken are posted in blue below. TOWN OF HOPKINTON SELECT 

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 

Weekly Roundup for 01/13/2019

Weekly Roundup for 01/13/2019

Town government job postings  •  Special Permits not granted to construct 8-unit multi-family residential structure  •  Hopkinton School committee considers future of aging “White house” in front of the Middle school  •  Asian American Commission inaugurates new members  •  Lykan Bioscience seeks tax break in Hopkinton  

Weekly News Roundup for 11/25/18

Weekly News Roundup for 11/25/18

Runoff at Legacy Farms in Hopkinton blamed on heavy rains  .   “Hopkinton Gives” website encourages Community Giving  .   Hopkinton explores downtown parking options  .   Hopkinton prepares for Civics curriculum 

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 

Selectmen to Vote on Budget 3/15/16

Selectmen to Vote on Budget 3/15/16

At the March 1 Board of Selectmen Meeting the Town Manager presented FY17 Town Budget Comprehensive Budget and Financing Plan, after feedback from the Selectmen it has been revised for the next Selectmen’s meeting. Per the Town Charter the Board of Selectmen must either adopt or 

More School Budget Presentations

More School Budget Presentations

At the Thursday, December 10 School Committee meeting, the following FY17 budget presentations are on the agenda: Center School Budget Presentation – Mrs. Dubeau Elmwood School Budget Presentation – Mrs. Carver Hopkins School Budget Presentation – Mr. Kearnan Special Education Budget Presentation – Dr. Zaleski Prioritization of 

Library Moving to South Street During Renovation

Library Moving to South Street During Renovation

According to an article in the Metrowest Daily News “The Planning Board gave its OK to the town’s $11.8 million library renovation and expansion project Monday night, after debating landscaping and a $16,000 per year deal for the town to use part of the St. John 

Renovated Hopkinton Center for the Arts Now Open

Renovated Hopkinton Center for the Arts Now Open

The newly renovated Hopkinton Center for the Arts is now open and recently raised more than $125,000 at the Lights Up – Opening Night fundraising celebration. Funds raised from the event have brought the HCA within close reach of its $1.9 million dollar Capital Campaign goal, which will allow the HCA to complete 

Question 1: DPW Facility

Question 1: DPW Facility

Question 1: Shall the Town of Hopkinton be allowed to be exempt from the provisions of proposition two and one-half, so-called, the amounts required to pay for the bond issued in order to construct a new Department of Public Works headquarters facility? Voters at Town 

Question 3: 135 Hayden Rowe Street – Irvine Property for New School

Question 3: 135 Hayden Rowe Street – Irvine Property for New School

Question 3:  Shall the Town of Hopkinton be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition two and one-half, so-called, the amounts required to pay for the bond issued in order to acquire a fee interest in a parcel of land located at 135 Hayden