Author: Nanda Barker-Hook

Recap of eHop’s Spotlight Forum on Town Growth & Development

Recap of eHop’s Spotlight Forum on Town Growth & Development

On March 22, 2018 eHop hosted a public forum on Town Growth and Development attended by a standing room only crowd.  The forum provided a high-level snapshot of Hopkinton’s dramatic population growth, the impact on our budget and services, and information on how residents can […]

Town Growth & Development Forum Resources

Town Growth & Development Forum Resources

Hopkinton Master Documents: Hopkinton Master Plan Open Space & Recreation Plan Town Bylaws Town Zoning Bylaws Town Charter Town Annual Reports About Boards and Committees that Shape Land Use: Check out the eHop “Did You Know?” series for information on Town boards and committees, including: […]

Preview of eHop Spotlight on Town Growth & Development

Preview of eHop Spotlight on Town Growth & Development

New Date: Thursday, March 22 at 7:00 PM Hopkinton Center for the Arts, 98 Hayden Rowe St. Join us for a public forum on Town Growth and Development on Thursday 3/22. The forum will provide a unique opportunity for residents and town leaders to listen […]

Spotlight on Town Growth & Development

Spotlight on Town Growth & Development

New Date: Thursday, March 22 at 7:00 pm Hopkinton Center for the Arts eHop will hold a public forum on Town Growth and Development on Thursday, March 22 at 7 pm at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. The forum will provide a unique opportunity for […]

Ask eHop: Why does Hopkinton have partisan town elections?

Ask eHop: Why does Hopkinton have partisan town elections?

eHop contacted the Town Clerk last year who told us that caucuses in our area date back to the 1700’s. She also told us that most towns in Massachusetts have non-partisan local elections and that there are fewer than 20 localities who continue to have […]

Town Election Update – More Candidates Still Needed

Town Election Update – More Candidates Still Needed

Considering running for local office, but don’t know where to begin? To become a candidate a person must either obtain and submit nomination papers by securing the signatures of 50 Hopkinton registered voters by Monday, March 27; or a person may qualify by being the […]

Board of Library Trustees – Did you Know?

Board of Library Trustees – Did you Know?

The Hopkinton Public Library’s Board of Trustees is a five-member elected board responsible for overseeing the library for the benefit of the community.  Working closely with the library director, members are responsible for establishing library policies and plans, determining the final budget and conducting public […]

Hayden Rowe Corridor Study Workshop: Town Calls on Residents for Input

Hayden Rowe Corridor Study Workshop: Town Calls on Residents for Input

On Wednesday, February 15, the Town hosted a public workshop at Hopkinton High School to share preliminary information about the Hayden Rowe Corridor Study and gather input from residents.  In November 2016 the School Committee and the Department of Public Works allocated $20,000 each to […]