Tag: Conservation Commission

Weekly News Roundup – 05/30/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 05/30/2021

Covid-19 Updates and Vaccine Information • Town signs lease with 26.2 Foundation for International Marathon Center • Select Board approves Hopkinton native Sager as newest police officer • Hopkinton Police Lieutenant Graduates From Certificate in Local Government Leadership and Management Program • From the Open Space 

Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

The following Town boards & committees will have one or more vacancies on June 30, 2021 or sooner.  Please see the Town website at www.hopkintonma.gov for information about the duties of specific boards and committees.  Interested residents must apply via the online volunteer form at 

Weekly News Roundup – 04/11/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 04/11/2021

Covid-19 Updates and Vaccine Information • Hopkinton Covid-19 Vaccine Information • HPS Covid Case Tracking • Health director: Town in midst of COVID surge, with positivity rate over state average, youngsters hit hardest • School Committee approves agreement with teachers union on full-time reopening • 

Weekly News Roundup – 03/14/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 03/14/2021

Covid Updates and Vaccine Information • Main Street Corridor Updates • HPS Reopening Updates • EMC Skate Park • Wilson Street Solar • Fruit Street Dog Park • HPD Community Outreach Covid-19 Updates & Precautions Preregistration System for Mass Vaccination Locations to Launch Friday (3/12/21) 

Stakeholder Concerns and Challenges surrounding Solar By-Laws in Hopkinton

Stakeholder Concerns and Challenges surrounding Solar By-Laws in Hopkinton

Here’s a quick summary of concerns that residents, land owners, town officials and abutters in Hopkinton have been voicing over more than the last couple of years. To get an understanding of the timeline of actions and events that happened since 2017, please also see 

Commercial Solar Bylaw – The Whole Story

Commercial Solar Bylaw – The Whole Story

The issue of ground-mounted photovoltaic commercial solar overlay in Hopkinton has been a source of a long and contentious debate for over a couple of years now. The following visual story is broken down by timeline and lays out all events, actions and plans pertaining 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/25/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 10/25/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • HHS cancels live classes Friday for Grade 9 after another positive COVID case • Hopkinton COVID-19 update for Oct. 22: Info on town’s rent/mortgage relief program • Select Board supports programs to help residents in need of COVID-related financial assistance 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Safe Halloween Info • What’s on the Ballot and How to Vote in the 11/3 Election • Zoning Advisory Committee Public Forum 10/26 • Library Programs Update • Lake Maspenock extended drawdown OK’d by Conservation Commission • School Committee Actions 

Weekly News Roundup – 08/02/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 08/02/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Families must inform Hopkinton schools by Aug. 3 if/how their children will return • Superintendent shares school reopening details with anxious families • Senate President Spilka Announces Local Aid and Chapter 70 Funding Commitment for Fiscal Year 2021 • Water Ban 

Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

The following Town boards & committees have one or more vacancies. Please see the Town website at hopkintonma.gov for information about the duties of specific boards and committees. Interested residents must apply via the online volunteer form at hopkintonma.gov/hug. Please note that all current board 

Weekly News Roundup – 05/31/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 05/31/2020

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • The 2020 Boston Marathon has been canceled • Conservation Commission votes against herbicide application in Lake Maspenock • Superintendent’s Blog: A Lot of No-Information Information • School Committee works to trim budget due to pandemic • You can keep waiting 

Weekly News Roundup – 01/19/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 01/19/2020

Meet our 2020 Marathon Runner: Matt Lerner • MLK Day of Service • FY21 Budget Meeting • Superintendent’s Blog: New Construction and District Growth Proposals • Special Town Election February 3, 2020 • Town Election Candidates Needed • Community Notice: Dementia Champion Training • Public Hearing on Two Proposed Changes to