Planning Board Actions Taken 5/11/20

Planning Board Actions Taken 5/11/20

Agenda Items & Actions Taken (unofficial): Administrative Items Form K Lot Release – Lot A-2-3 and Restricted Land Covenant – Legacy Farms North – Applicant not in attendance, continued to 5-18-20 Approval Not Required Plan – Hayden Rowe 175 – Duffy – Applicant not in 

Weekly News Roundup – 05/03/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 05/03/2020

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • Baker Orders Mass. Residents To Wear Masks Beginning May 6 • Final Hazard Mitigation and Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Report • Hopkinton ranked as the safest community in Massachusetts for the second year in a row • Hopkinton Schools Awarded $33K 

Weekly News Roundup – 04/26/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 04/26/2020

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions •  Executive Assistant to the Town Manager’s Office – Deadline Extended to May 4th • Upcoming Select Board Meeting Agenda includes Police Chief Ceremony • Virtual Community Outreach Meeting for proposed Cannabis Testing Laboratory • Mass. Schools To Close For Remainder Of 

Weekly Roundup – Town Meeting Edition – 12/15/19

Weekly Roundup – Town Meeting Edition – 12/15/19

Video: Hopkinton Special Town Meeting Recap • Community Notice: Board of Health Appoints Public Health Nurse • Hopkinton Town Meeting shoots down measure to stop Main Street corridor project • Looking to get involved in Hopkinton? Town Notice of Board and Committee Vacancies • Special 

Special Town Meeting Results 2019-12-09 (unofficial)

Special Town Meeting Results 2019-12-09 (unofficial)

Article 1: Rescind Main Street Corridor Vote and Discontinue Project – Citizens Petition To see if the Town will vote to (1) rescind the vote taken under Article 47 of the Town of Hopkinton 2018 Annual Town Meeting; and (2) vote to request the Select 

List of Articles with Links & Details

List of Articles with Links & Details

Article 1: Rescind Main Street Corridor Vote and Discontinue Project – Citizens Petition To see if the Town will vote to (1) rescind the vote taken under Article 47 of the Town of Hopkinton 2018 Annual Town Meeting; and (2) vote to order the Select 

New HPS Enrollment Projections

New HPS Enrollment Projections

[Article updated 5/8/20] There were 3,903 students this fall in grades PreK-12. These numbers may continue to rise throughout the school year. The Superintendent presented new enrollment projections at the November 14, 2019 School Committee meeting. Watch the meeting video on YouTube. DRA Hopkinton Enrollment 

Weekly Roundup – 11/03/2019

Weekly Roundup – 11/03/2019

441 HPS students living in Legacy Farms, as of October 1, 2019 • MEPA Certificate Issued for Main Street Corridor Project Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Not Required • Lake Maspenock Weed Management and Control Advisory Group Public Hearing Notice: November 18th 2019 • Hopkinton Public