Weekly News Roundup – 05/24/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 05/24/2020

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • Town Meeting delayed again; Hopkinton receives $1.6M in federal funding • Town of Hopkinton Receives $3 Million MassWorks Infrastructure Grant. Main Street Corridor Project Fully Funded • Veterans Inc. to Reopen Food Pantry • Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project –…

Weekly News Roundup – 05/17/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 05/17/2020

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • Thank you for helping us exceed our goal! • Hopkinton Town Election 2020 • Giving and Receiving Help during the Covid-19 Pandemic • Gov. Baker Reveals New Details About Reopening of Mass • Public Notice: Water and Sewer  Covid-19 Updates and Precautions…

Weekly News Roundup – 02/02/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 02/02/2020

Special Town Election – Monday, February 3, 2020 • FY21 Consolidated Budget Discussion • The Town Manager submitted the FY21 Comprehensive Budget to the Select Board on 1/17/20 • MWRTA pilot program will add additional trips on popular 4-North route • AG issued violations to…

Weekly News Roundup – 01/26/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 01/26/2020

Town Election Candidates needed for 2020 • Ballot Machines Tested for Special Town Election on Feb 3rd • MetroWest is a thriving hub, but many residents face income inequality, financial strain • MetroWest towns crack down on tobacco licenses • Town Manager scheduled to submit…

Weekly News Roundup – 01/12/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 01/12/2020

The Hopkinton Sustainable Green Committee is being revived • Press Release: Hopkinton Census Problem • Lawsuit: Player says Hopkinton hockey coach failed to stop bullying • Community Notice: Special Town Election Sample Ballot for February 3, 2020 • MWRTA will conduct feasibility study on offering service…

Special Town Meeting Set for December 9

Special Town Meeting Set for December 9

The Select Board opened a Special Town Meeting Warrant on November 5, in response to a citizen’s petition with more than required number of 200 signatures. The citizen’s petition requested two specific warrant articles in opposition to the downtown corridor project, however the warrant will…

Weekly Roundup – 10/13/2019

Weekly Roundup – 10/13/2019

Superintendent Dr. Cavanaugh gave an update and background on the FY21 school budget • Zoning Public Forum 10/21 • eHop Board President, Nanda Barker-Hook, participating in the Metrowest Leadership Academy • The FY21 Budget Process: How to Follow & Get Involved • Zoning Advisory Committee…

The FY21 Budget Process: How to Follow & Get Involved

The FY21 Budget Process: How to Follow & Get Involved

[Article updated on 4/3/20] The FY21 budget cycle is underway and over the next few months important decisions will be made about what items will and will not be included.  If you want to have a say in the process, now is the time to…