Tag: DPW Facility

Weekly RoundUp for 03/10/2019

Weekly RoundUp for 03/10/2019

Hopkinton Police Register Private Security Cameras As Crime-Solving Tool • Zoning articles for 2019 Annual Town Meeting (Update after 1st hearing) • The Hopkinton Senior Center expanded hours • Joseph Bennett becomes Hopkinton’s first deputy police chief • EHop meets with HopMoms group to chat about civic engagement and participation in town issues • Hopkinton […]

Weekly Roundup for 01/06/2019

Weekly Roundup for 01/06/2019

Hopkinton Cafe, Bittersweet Co., to move to new space  •  Historical Commission Reviewed 3 Demolition Applications • Bobbi Gibb sculpture to commemorate women’s running history  •  Reminders and notices from the Town Clerk’s office  •  Hopkinton board raises tobacco age, bans plastic bags  •  Software increasingly […]

Weekly News Roundup for 11/11/18

Weekly News Roundup for 11/11/18

This Week: Election Results • Preliminary School Budget • DPW Facility Dedication • Winter Parking Ban Reminder • Mobil Station Expansion • Center School Re-Use Updates

All Six Ballot Questions Pass, Graziano and Bertschmann reelected, Hanson wins Parks & Recreation

All Six Ballot Questions Pass, Graziano and Bertschmann reelected, Hanson wins Parks & Recreation

Congratulations to all the participants in the May 18 town election and thank you for your willingness to volunteer for our town. This year 1,810 voters participated, which is down 16% from last May’s Town Election. All six ballot questions passed. Jon Graziano and Jean Bertschmann were […]

Question 1: DPW Facility

Question 1: DPW Facility

Question 1: Shall the Town of Hopkinton be allowed to be exempt from the provisions of proposition two and one-half, so-called, the amounts required to pay for the bond issued in order to construct a new Department of Public Works headquarters facility? Voters at Town […]

Town Meeting Results Day 2 (unofficial) – DPW Facility Passes

Town Meeting Results Day 2 (unofficial) – DPW Facility Passes

Documents: Annual Town Meeting Article Tracker (live document, updated frequently) Amendments Unpaid Bills from Previous Fiscal Years – RECONSIDERED and PASSED – $3,427.60 for Highway Dept, and $1,620 for Human Resources Fiscal 2016 Operating Budget An amendment by Ken Weismantel to reduce operating budget by $60,000 to eliminate […]

Coming Up on Town Meeting Day 2 Tonight

Coming Up on Town Meeting Day 2 Tonight

Documents: Read the Full 2015 Town Warrant Annual Town Meeting Article Tracker (live document, updated frequently) Unpaid Bills from Previous Fiscal Years – Transfer from free cash the sum of $5,047.60 – Motion to RECONSIDER tabled until Tuesday. Fiscal 2016 Operating Budget – $72 million – […]


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