Tag: Zoning Advisory Committee (ZAC)

Weekly News Roundup – 01/23/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 01/23/2021

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Town Election 2021 – Candidate Update • Kramer, Nasrullah announce campaigns for Select Board • Reminder: Citizens Petitions for Town Meeting due February 1 • Hopkinton High School extends remote-only learning through Friday • Town Manager to submit a consolidated FY22 

Weekly News Roundup – 01/17/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 01/17/2021

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions and Vaccine Update • Hopkinton is shown as a Red town in this week’s “Weekly COVID-19 Public Health Report” from the state • Town Election 2021 – Candidates Needed • Town counsel cautions ZAC on commercial solar restrictions; discussion to continue 

Weekly News Roundup – 12/20/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 12/20/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • About the Covid-19 Vaccine in Massachusetts • Hopkinton Health Director, Shaun McAuliffe talks COVID-19 • 2021 Annual Town Meeting Notice • Property Valuations and Tax Rate set for 2021 • Public Notice: Hydrant Accessibility • Public Notice: Notice of a 

Weekly News Roundup – 12/06/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 12/06/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Health director reports jump to 47 active COVID cases: ‘We’re seeing significant increases every day’ • Town health director on COVID spike: ‘My gut is telling me that the numbers are going to blow up’ this week • Contractor Selected 

Weekly News Roundup – 11/15/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 11/15/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Health director on COVID spike: ‘We’re trending in the wrong direction’ • Eversource makes new pitch for Ashland pipeline replacement: easement agreements with all property owners • Select Board roundup: HPD welcomes 2 new officers; library to add assistant • 

Weekly News Roundup – 11/08/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 11/08/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Hopkinton COVID-19 update for Nov. 5: Active cases drop to 5 • Gov. Baker announces new COVID restrictions, including curfew; town health director optimistic • Update: Health Department Nov. 11 flu clinic canceled • Hopkinton Police Department Moves Towards Accreditation • 

Weekly News Roundup – 11/01/2020

Weekly News Roundup – 11/01/2020

Covid-19 Updates & Precautions • Hopkinton COVID-19 update for Oct 29: Town surges to 13 active cases • 2021 Boston Marathon will not be held in April. It has been moved to a yet-to-be-determined date in the fall • Presidential and State Elections 2020 – 3 

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 

Planning Board Actions Taken 09/14/20

Planning Board Actions Taken 09/14/20

Agenda Items & Actions Taken (unofficial): Administrative Items: a. Board Appointments i. ZAC – Curtis Smithson 8 votes, appointed to the position ii.  Minutes of June 1, 2020; June 22, 2020 approved 2. Continued Public Hearing – Maspenock Woods (West Elm Street) – Maspenock Woods Realty 

More Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

More Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

Although many positions have been filled this summer, the following town boards & committees still 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 

Planning Board Actions Taken 07/27/20

Planning Board Actions Taken 07/27/20

Agenda Items & Actions Taken (unofficial): 1.0 Administrative Items Master Plan discussions – Continued to August 10 – Not Discussed 1.1. Discussion of Solar Overlay Town Meeting Article – Discussed / no action taken 1.2. Legacy Farm Road South Trees – Discussed 1.3. Board Appointments 

Zoning Articles Proposed for 2020 Annual Town Meeting

Zoning Articles Proposed for 2020 Annual Town Meeting

Eight proposed zoning changes have been submitted into the 2020 annual town meeting warrant. The Planning Board is required by law to hold a public hearing on every zoning bylaw and zoning map change. The draft language of the Planning Board’s articles may be modified