Author: Amy Ritterbusch

Town Meeting Begins Tomorrow at 7:00pm – Includes 57 Articles to be Voted

Town Meeting Begins Tomorrow at 7:00pm – Includes 57 Articles to be Voted

Annual Town MeetingBegins Monday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m. (continues on consecutive evenings until complete)Hopkinton Middle School Auditorium, 88 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton MA 01748(Also broadcast on HCAM-TV, Comcast Channel 8/Verizon Channel 30) Town Meeting 101Did you move to Hopkinton because of the great school […]

State of the Town Tomorrow Morning, Candidates Debate on Wednesday, FY11 Budget Recap

State of the Town Tomorrow Morning, Candidates Debate on Wednesday, FY11 Budget Recap

2010 State of the Town Forum by the Hopkinton Chamber of CommerceTuesday, April 27 at 7:30-9:00 a.m. First Congregational Church of Hopkinton, 146 East Main St, Hopkinton MA 01748(Also broadcast on HCAM-TV, Comcast Channel 8/Verizon Channel 30)Hear from a variety of Hopkinton Town Officials on […]

Public Hearing on the FY11 Budget this Thursday, Candidate Debates coming up and the State of the Schools recap

Public Hearing on the FY11 Budget this Thursday, Candidate Debates coming up and the State of the Schools recap

Appropriations Committee Public Hearing on the FY11 Budget Thursday, April 22 at 8:00 p.m. at Town Hall/Room 215, 18 Main St The Selectmen and the School Committee have submitted their budgets. The Appropriations Committee has reviewed them in detail and will now hold a public […]

Open Forum on the Hopkinton Public Library, Meet the Middle School Principal Candidates and Election Deadlines this Week

Open Forum on the Hopkinton Public Library, Meet the Middle School Principal Candidates and Election Deadlines this Week

Open Forum on Future of the Hopkinton Public Library Monday April 12 at 7:00 p.m. at the Hopkinton Library Did you know that the Hopkinton Public Library is funded by the Town of Hopkinton but is privately owned? Under this arrangement, the trustees currently fund […]

Important School Update: State of the Schools Forum, Per Pupil Spending, School Choice and more

Important School Update: State of the Schools Forum, Per Pupil Spending, School Choice and more

School Facts: How have budget cuts over recent years impacted Hopkinton Schools? Per Pupil SpendingHopkinton spends 11.5% less in per pupil than the state average (that’s approximately $1,503 less), based on FY09 data on the Massachusetts Department of Education website. In FY06, Hopkinton was only […]

Voter Information for May Town Meeting and Town Election

Voter Information for May Town Meeting and Town Election

Are you registered to vote?  Town Meeting is coming up (begins May 3), and in order to vote on the school budget and many other town services, you must be a registered voter.  The deadline to register to vote is April 13 at the Town […]

Budget and Financial Articles Submitted to Appropriations Committee for Review

Budget and Financial Articles Submitted to Appropriations Committee for Review

Budget and Financial Warrant Articles On March 15 the Hopkinton Board of Selectmen voted to adopt a town-wide budget. They also voted to take a position on the school and financial warrant articles for the Annual Town Meeting. The Selectmen voted unanimously to endorse Town […]

Board of Selectmen to Vote on Budget and Town Meeting Articles Tonight

Board of Selectmen to Vote on Budget and Town Meeting Articles Tonight

Town-Wide BudgetOn Monday, March 15 the Hopkinton Board of Selectmen will vote to adopt a town-wide budget including the school and financial warrant articles. At this time the Board of Selectmen will also take a position to support or not the Annual Town Meeting Articles. […]