Weekly News Update – 12/03/23

Weekly News Update – 12/03/23

Town Committee Openings 2024 • Annual Town Meeting and FY25 Budget Timeline • Traffic study to be conducted on Main Street side streets Dec. 7 • Traffic study to be conducted on Main Street side streets Dec. 7 • ‘All hands’ meeting stresses transparency, collaboration, 

2024 Annual Town Meeting & FY25 Budget Timeline

2024 Annual Town Meeting & FY25 Budget Timeline

Budget season for 2023-24 is already underway – we’ll keep our timeline updated as the year progresses so you can follow along. FY25 Town & School Budget Websites Date Timeline Details Documents Videos September 19, 2023 Town Manager gains consensus on budget timeline with Select 

Weekly News Update – 08/6/2023

Weekly News Update – 08/6/2023

Budget process, school proposal addressed by School Committee • Open Space Preservation Commission talks about boundaries • Main Street Corridor Project update: Grading of bike path continues • Board of Appeals: East Main property again denied permit for receptions; Winter Street resident OK’d to sell bikes • Momentum builds 

Town Meeting Results 2023

Town Meeting Results 2023

Key Documents Videos Day 1 – Monday, May 1, 2023 Reports ARTICLE: 1 – Acceptance of Town Reports – Sponsor: Select Board – PASSED FINANCIAL – FISCAL YEAR 2023 ARTICLE: 2 – FY 2023 Supplemental Appropriations and Transfers – Sponsor: Town Manager – PASSED (Consent 

Weekly News Update – 04/30/23 – Town Meeting Edition

Weekly News Update – 04/30/23 – Town Meeting Edition

Annual Town Meeting 2023 Begins Monday, May 1, 2023 at 7:00 PM at Hopkinton Middle School. By tradition the meeting ends at 11:00 PM and continues on consecutive evenings from 7:00-11:00 PM until all articles are voted. Annual Town Meeting typically lasts 2-3 nights. Key 

Town Meeting 2023 Reference Documents

Town Meeting 2023 Reference Documents

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 2023 Begins Monday, May 1, 2023 at 7:00 PM at Hopkinton Middle School eHop will hold its 11th Annual Know Your Vote forum on Tuesday, April 18, 2022 at 7-9 pm.  This will be an in-person forum at HCAM Studios (77 Main Street). It 

Weekly News Update – 03/26/2023

Weekly News Update – 03/26/2023

SAVE THE DATE: KNOW YOUR VOTE 2023 • Town Election 2023 – List of Candidates • Marathoner Cybulski fundraises for facts • Parks & Rec roundup: Safety concerns raised about Pyne Field redesign • Elmwood School principal candidates meet with officials, public at forums • Pedestrian 

Weekly News Update – 03/19/2023

Weekly News Update – 03/19/2023

SAVE THE DATE: KNOW YOUR VOTE 2023 • Town Election 2023 – List of Candidates • UCTC supports inclusion of town in MetroWest effort to join East Coast Greenway • Conservation Commission leverages fines against Turkey Ridge developer due to stormwater issues • Select Board forwards 

Weekly News Update – 03/12/2023

Weekly News Update – 03/12/2023

SAVE THE DATE: KNOW YOUR VOTE 2023 • Town Election 2023 – List of Candidates • Select Board, School Committee continue budget talks • School Committee chair: Requested budget cuts would ‘end district as we know it’ • Residents asked to discuss walkability at March 

Know Your Vote – Tuesday, April 18 at 7:00 PM

Know Your Vote – Tuesday, April 18 at 7:00 PM

eHop will hold its 11th Annual Know Your Vote forum on Tuesday, April 18, 2023 at 7-9 pm.  This will be an in-person forum at HCAM TV Studios (77 Main St, Lower Level). It will be broadcast live on HCAM-TV and YouTube. This is a unique opportunity 

Weekly News Update – 02/12/2023

Weekly News Update – 02/12/2023

ESBC reviews site options as it heads toward selection next week • Conservation Commission split on decision to proceed with gas pipeline at Mass. Laborers facility   • Planning Board jolted by ongoing issues with Grasshopper Energy solar farm • Select Board struggles with RECC decision, considers 

Weekly News Update – 01/29/2023

Weekly News Update – 01/29/2023

Parks & Rec endorses capital request for manual security gates at Sandy Beach • MassDOT: Fruit Street I-495 bridge reconstruction to begin in late spring • Conservation Commission hears alternatives for Mass. Laborers gas line plan • Residents share traffic concerns at ESBC forum • Town Election 2023. Candidates