Tag: Fruit Street

Weekly News Roundup – 07/21/2019

Weekly News Roundup – 07/21/2019

The Hopkinton Police Department launch strategic plan initiative • Community Notice: Work on Cedar Street Water Main to Begin Next Week • HPS enrollment continues to grow inline with the latest projections • Trail Work Opportunity at Whitehall woods • Hopkinton is soliciting a RFP 

Weekly Roundup for 02/03/2019

Weekly Roundup for 02/03/2019

Hopkinton Chamber Endorses HPD Initiative: Hopkinton Business Camera Registry • FY 2020 Comprehensive Budget Transmittal Letter • Lykan deal gets support from Hopkinton selectmen • 2019 Annual Town Meeting Warrant Now Open • Traffic light planned for Legacy Farms in Hopkinton • Fire closes Start Line Brewing Company in Hopkinton for a week • Traffic light installation 

Board of Selectmen Actions Taken 1/15/19

Board of Selectmen Actions Taken 1/15/19

St. Johns Temporary License • Ron Clark Resignation • Ambulance Fund Gifts • Marathon Fund Requests • Naming Fruit Street Property • Commissioner of Trust Fund Application • Lykan Bioscience • Trail Coordination and Management Committee The meeting video is available on the HCAM YouTube Channel and the 

Weekly Roundup for 12/16/2018

Weekly Roundup for 12/16/2018

 eHop in support of Community TV  •  Hopkinton hires Amy Beck as new senior services director  •  Developer appeals Hopkinton solar power facility denial  •  Hopkinton Parks and Recreation moved dog park to Fruit Street (UPDATE) 

List of Articles with Links & Details

List of Articles with Links & Details

2016 Town Meeting Warrant Motions Document REPORTS: Acceptance of Town Reports FINANCIAL – FISCAL YEAR 2016: FY 2016 Supplemental Appropriations – $200,000 FY16 Snow and Ice Deficit, and $31,500 for Sewer Enterprise Fund FY 2016 Budget Transfers – No Action – Consent Agenda Unpaid Bills from 

Indoor Recreactional Facility – Results

Indoor Recreactional Facility – Results

Question 2 – Indoor Recreational Facility PASSES Yes 873 (53%) No 761 Stay tuned for the next eHop blog to learn about the next steps for this project…

Vote Monday – New School and Parks & Rec Facility

Vote Monday – New School and Parks & Rec Facility

All Hopkinton precincts vote at the Middle School. Polls are open 7:00am-8:00pm on Monday, November 9. There are two debt-exclusion ballot questions. Although voters at the October 26 Special Town Meeting voted to borrow money for both the new school and the parks and recreation 

New School & Indoor Recreational Facility Pass First Hurdles

New School & Indoor Recreational Facility Pass First Hurdles

Unofficial Results – Special Town Meeting – Monday, October 26 Read the Special Town Meeting Warrant Live Warrant Article Tracker Spreadsheet School Building Project  – $43,229,373 PASSED Oliver Lane Retaining Wall – $320,000 from Free Cash PASSED Unpaid Bills from Previous Fiscal Year – $10,701.69 Free Cash  PASSED Ride 

Special Town Meeting Begins at 7:00pm @ HS Athletic Center

Special Town Meeting Begins at 7:00pm @ HS Athletic Center

Hopkinton Special Town Meeting Monday, October 26 at 7:00-11:00pm High School Athletic Center – New Location! Read the Special Town Meeting Warrant Live Warrant Article Tracker Spreadsheet – Updated throughout the evening by Town Hall There are 11 articles to vote on in the warrant. We expect Special 

Photo Gallery of Special Town Meeting Articles

Photo Gallery of Special Town Meeting Articles

For your visual reference, here’s a photo gallery of other articles coming up at Special Town Meeting on October 26:

Article #8 – Fruit Street Indoor Recreational Facility

Article #8 – Fruit Street Indoor Recreational Facility

The Parks and Recreation Commission sponsored Article 8 of the Special Town Meeting to appropriate $500,000 to build an indoor practice and recreation facility on the Fruit street Athletic Field Complex.  If passed, the athletic facility will be connected to the pavillion which was already