Town Meeting Results 2022

Town Meeting Results 2022

DAY 1 – Monday, May 2 REPORTS  ARTICLE: 1 Acceptance of Town Reports; Sponsor: Select Board – PASSED FINANCIAL – FISCAL YEAR 2022 ARTICLE: 2 FY 2022 Supplemental Appropriations and Transfers; Sponsor: Town Manager – PASSEDMotion to (1) transfer the sum of $560,000 from Certified 

Weekly News Update – 05/01/2022

Weekly News Update – 05/01/2022

Everything you need for Town Meeting 2022 • Replay of Know Your Vote – eHop Spotlight Forum • Town of Hopkinton Explains Legislative Process of Annual Town Meeting • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS • 

Weekly News Update – 04/24/2022

Weekly News Update – 04/24/2022

Know Your Vote – eHop Spotlight Forum • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS • TOWN MEETING LIST OF ARTICLES WITH DETAILS • TOWN MEETING 2022 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly 

Weekly News Update – 04/17/2022

Weekly News Update – 04/17/2022

Know Your Vote – eHop Spotlight Forum • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Here’s who is running for office in Hopkinton’s May 16 annual election • TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS • UCTC votes to recommend no action on its 

Weekly News Update – 04/03/2022

Weekly News Update – 04/03/2022

Know Your Vote – eHop Spotlight Forum • Hopkinton Appropriation Committee Public Hearing • Conservation Commission again discusses, continues hearing on Lake Maspenock weed management • Board of Health roundup: Nursing finances discussed; post-COVID initiatives continue • Moderna 50+ Vaccine Clinic at Senior Center • 

Know Your Vote – Monday, April 25 at 7:00 PM

Know Your Vote – Monday, April 25 at 7:00 PM

 eHop will hold its 10th Annual Know Your Vote forum on Monday, April 25, 2022 at 7-9 pm.  This will be an in-person forum at HCAM Studios (77 Main Street). It will be broadcast live on HCAM-TV and YouTube https://youtu.be/TycEjUmAXEU. This is a unique opportunity 

Weekly News Update – 03/27/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/27/2022

Upper Charles Trail Project – Part 3: An Alternative Proposal to Some Sections of the UC Trail • Upper Charles Trail Project – Part 2: Design Proposal and Potential Impacts • Upper Charles Trail Project – Part 1: The Beginnings • Frequently Asked Questions from Upper 

Weekly News Update – 03/06/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/06/2022

Hopkinton COVID-19 update for March 3 • Health Services Vaccine Calendar • Masks now optional on Hopkinton school buses • Hopkinton – Additional energy assistance now available • School Committee roundup: Members seek to ‘strengthen the dialogue’ with help from consultant; security camera policy debated 

Weekly News Update – 02/27/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/27/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • UPPER CHARLES TRAIL PROJECT – PART 1: THE BEGINNINGS • Town of Hopkinton FY23 Comprehensive Budget – March 1, 2022 Listening Session: Developing a Shared Sense of Growth with Equity Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 Considering running for local 

Weekly News Update – 02/20/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/20/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • 2022 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING & FY23 BUDGET TIMELINE • Learn more about the Zoning Articles proposed for Town Meeting 2022 • Did You Know? Trustees of School Fund • HMS principal: Students have made ‘inappropriate, unkind, racist comments’ to 

Weekly News Update – 02/13/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/13/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • Select Board roundup: Lykan TIF presented; COVID optimism expressed • SELECT BOARD ACTIONS TAKEN 02/08/22 • Mass. will stop requiring masks in public schools. It’s an uneasy milestone for many • Health Department discusses target data for making masks 

Select Board Actions Taken 02/08/22

Select Board Actions Taken 02/08/22

Agenda Items & Actions Taken: 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER 1. EXECUTIVE SESSION a. Pursuant to M.G.L. c.30A,  21(a) (purpose 3) to consider strategy with respect to collective bargaining relative to DPW, Police, Fire and Library Unions because an open meeting may have a detrimental