Photo Gallery of Special Town Meeting Articles

Photo Gallery of Special Town Meeting Articles

For your visual reference, here’s a photo gallery of other articles coming up at Special Town Meeting on October 26:

Article #1 Elementary School Building Project

Article #1 Elementary School Building Project

The first article up at the October 26 Special Town Meeting will be to vote on appropriating money to build a new elementary school to replace the existing Center School.  Because it will be funded by a debt exclusion, it must pass by a 2/3 

List of Special Town Meeting Articles with Details & Links

List of Special Town Meeting Articles with Details & Links

Hopkinton Special Town Meeting Monday, October 26 at 7:00-11:00pm High School Athletic Center – New Location! Read the Special Town Meeting Warrant There are 11 articles to vote on in the warrant. We expect Special Town Meeting will only last one evening and may finish before 11:00pm. As usual 

Save the Dates – Special Town Meeting & Election

Save the Dates – Special Town Meeting & Election

Special Town Meeting: Monday, October 26 @ 7:00pm High School Athletic Center Read the Warrant – 11 Questions Stay tuned for more information on Special Town Meeting in the next eHop blog… Special Town Election: Monday, November 9 – Polls Open 7:00am – 9:00pm Middle 

Community Forum: Early Childhood Education Plan and Building Design Direction

Community Forum: Early Childhood Education Plan and Building Design Direction

The Elementary School Building Committee is hosting a community forum tonight, June 15th at 7pm  at the Hopkinton Middle School library.  To purpose of the forum is for citizens to see functional and practical design merge with Hopkinton’s education goals to create a blueprint for an 

All Six Ballot Questions Pass, Graziano and Bertschmann reelected, Hanson wins Parks & Recreation

All Six Ballot Questions Pass, Graziano and Bertschmann reelected, Hanson wins Parks & Recreation

Congratulations to all the participants in the May 18 town election and thank you for your willingness to volunteer for our town. This year 1,810 voters participated, which is down 16% from last May’s Town Election. All six ballot questions passed. Jon Graziano and Jean Bertschmann were 

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 

Town Meeting Results Day 3 (unofficial) – Legacy Farms change passes

Town Meeting Results Day 3 (unofficial) – Legacy Farms change passes

Documents: 2015 Motions & Amendments Documents (live document updated throughout the evening) Annual Town Meeting Article Tracker (live document, updated frequently) hopkintonma.gov Town Meeting Google Docs Folder Community Preservation Recommendations Fruit Street Athletic Complex Building – Amended to Concession Area, Restrooms & Storage – $500,000 CPC 

Coming Up on Town Meeting Day 3 Tonight

Coming Up on Town Meeting Day 3 Tonight

Documents: 2015 Motions & Amendments Documents (live document updated throughout the evening) Annual Town Meeting Article Tracker (live document, updated frequently) hopkintonma.gov Town Meeting Google Docs Folder Community Preservation Recommendations Fruit Street Athletic Complex Building – Amended to Concession Area, Restrooms & Storage – $500,000 Amend 

Coming Up on Town Meeting Day 2 Tonight

Coming Up on Town Meeting Day 2 Tonight

Documents: Read the Full 2015 Town Warrant Annual Town Meeting Article Tracker (live document, updated frequently) Unpaid Bills from Previous Fiscal Years – Transfer from free cash the sum of $5,047.60 – Motion to RECONSIDER tabled until Tuesday. Fiscal 2016 Operating Budget – $72 million –