Weekly News Update – 01/16/2023

Weekly News Update – 01/16/2023

Hopkinton Fire Department Announces Information on 2023 Open Burning Season • U.S. Rep. McGovern, state Rep. Arena-DeRosa visit Hopkinton for update • Parks & Rec reviews plans for pickle ball courts off Fruit Street • School Committee restores SPED hours to budget following protests • Study: 

Weekly News Update – 01/08/2023

Weekly News Update – 01/08/2023

Residents Express Fiery Opposition to RECC • Additional information about RECC • Public pushback to proposed regional dispatch center grows louder • Regional dispatch discussion highlights positives, negatives • What the MBTA Communities law means for your town • 2023 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING & FY24 BUDGET TIMELINE • 2023 

2023 Annual Town Meeting & FY24 Budget Timeline

2023 Annual Town Meeting & FY24 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. FY24 Town & School Budget Websites Town FY24 Budget Website School FY24 Budget Website September 29, 2022 Town Manager gains consensus on budget 

Weekly News Update – 05/22/2022

Weekly News Update – 05/22/2022

TOWN ELECTION 2022 – Results • Select Board roundup: Ritterbusch new chair; fire stations’ future discussed • Town of Hopkinton Invites Residents to Complete Survey on Annual Town Meeting • School Committee roundup: Testing rescheduled for many students due to COVID surge • Public Notice: Water 

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 

Town Meeting 2022 Reference Documents

Town Meeting 2022 Reference Documents

Annual Town Meeting 2022 Begins Monday, May 2, 2022 at 7:00 PM at Hopkinton High School eHop held 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 

Town Meeting List of Articles with Details

Town Meeting List of Articles with Details

Note: Most Votes require a Simple Majority, unless noted below. REPORTS  ARTICLE: 1 Acceptance of Town Reports; Sponsor: Select Board FINANCIAL – FISCAL YEAR 2022 ARTICLE: 2 FY 2022 Supplemental Appropriations and Transfers; Sponsor: Town Manager Motion to (1) transfer the sum of $560,000 from 

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 

Zoning Articles for Town Meeting

Zoning Articles for Town Meeting

The Planning Board of the Town of Hopkinton held a public hearing on Monday, January 31, 2022 at 7:00 P.M., on proposed amendments to the Zoning Bylaws. The subject matter of the proposed changes is below. This hearing was held pursuant to the provisions of 

2022 Annual Town Meeting & FY23 Budget Timeline

2022 Annual Town Meeting & FY23 Budget Timeline

Budget season for 2022-23 is already underway – we’ll keep our timeline updated as the year progresses so you can follow along.

Capital Improvements Committee – Did You Know?

Capital Improvements Committee – Did You Know?

Committee Size:  5 membersTerm Length: 5 yearsMeeting Schedule: Typically once a month as determined by the membersDescription: The Committee shall ascertain annually what capital expenditures will be required by the Town during the subsequent ten fiscal years. In making its determinations, the Committee shall consult with such officers 

Appropriation Committee – Did You Know?

Appropriation Committee – Did You Know?

Committee Size:  5 members Term Length: 3 years Meeting Schedule: Typically once a week on Thursdays in the spring leading up to Town Meeting. The rest of the year is typically once a month. Description: There shall be an Appropriation Committee of five registered voters