Month: April 2011

Recaps of the School Forum and Library Meeting, Correction about tonight’s School Committee Meeting

Recaps of the School Forum and Library Meeting, Correction about tonight’s School Committee Meeting

RECAP: Elementary School Building Project Community Forum/Listening Session Residents raise concerns, press for fixes at Hopkinton’s Center SchoolBy Michael Morton/Daily News staff, The MetroWest Daily NewsPosted Apr 28, 2011 @ 12:12 AM Read more. If you were unable to attend the forum you are encouraged […]

Important Elementary School Forum Tonight, and Town Meeting Next Week

Important Elementary School Forum Tonight, and Town Meeting Next Week

Wednesday, April 27 – TONIGHT!Elementary School Building Project Community Forum/Listening Session@ 7:00-9:00pm at the Senior Center, 28 Mayhew St. (Directions)The Board of Selectmen and School Committee will host a community forum/listening session related to the Elementary School Building Project tonight. The Educate Hopkinton Steering Committee […]

May Election Candidates Update

May Election Candidates Update

Hopkinton’s Annual Town Election is coming up on Monday, May 16. Several candidates have taken out and returned nomination papers to secure a spot on the ballot. Other candidates were nominated at their political party caucuses on April 8. Please see the updated list below. […]

Upcoming Forums and Meetings

Upcoming Forums and Meetings

For locations and details visit http://www.educatehopkinton.com/calendar.html. Never attended a meeting and have a question? Contact Amy Ritterbusch at webmaster@educatehopkinton.com. Wednesday, April 13 – TONIGHT!@ 7:00pm Library Expansion Forum (HCAM Studios)@ 7:00pm Appropriations Committee Meeting Thursday, April 14@ 7:00pm Appropriations Committee Meeting Saturday, April 16@ 11:00am […]

Annual Town Election Candidates and Caucuses

Annual Town Election Candidates and Caucuses

Hopkinton’s Annual Town Election is coming up on Monday, May 16. Several candidates have already taken out and returned nomination papers to secure a spot on the ballot. Other candidates may be waiting for the April 8 political party caucuses to try to win their […]

Voters to Review Preliminary Library Plans at Annual Town Meeting

Voters to Review Preliminary Library Plans at Annual Town Meeting

Library Expansion Fact FactsSize = 22,000 square feetEstimated cost = $10 millionTax impact = $40 per current average home evaluation of $473k. Library Expansion TimelineMay 2, 2011 Annual Town Meeting – voters approve preliminary library designJuly 2011 – MBLC announces grant recipients (up to 50% funding)January […]