Downtown Revitalization

Downtown Initiative Design and Construction Project

Downtown Initiative Design and Construction Project

Hopkinton’s Downtown Initiative Steering Committee (DISC) continues to work with Beta Group on the downtown design. Hopkinton residents voted in 2010 to fund the design process ($400,000) with the construction to be funded by a state roadway construction grant of approximately $4,000,000. The initial design […]

Downtown Revitalization and Initiative Project

Downtown Revitalization and Initiative Project

As you may recall, at the May 2010 Annual Town Meeting and Election, voters appropriated $400,000 for “Downtown Design for Traffic, Roadway and Streetscape” and authorized the town to apply for a state grant to cover the costs of the construction of the project. Click […]

Other Notes and News Updates

Other Notes and News Updates

Meet Superintendent Landman – Community DialoguesIf you have not yet had a chance to attend one of these sessions, we highly recommend them. It is a great chance to get to know Dr. Landman and express what you like and don’t like about the Hopkinton […]

Volunteer Openings on Hopkinton Town Committees

Volunteer Openings on Hopkinton Town Committees

Many of the daily activities of Hopkinton town government are conducted by full time paid professionals. However, unpaid volunteers are vital to staff town committees and commissions that help establish policies and priorities, administer by-laws, and conduct various activities. For questions about these positions, please […]

Other Hopkinton Summer Notes and News Updates

Other Hopkinton Summer Notes and News Updates

Marijane Hackett from Bellingham is Hopkinton’s New Director of Student Services. This position is responsible for all student services, including Special Education. Read more… Proposal by Demons Youth Hockey for a Hopkinton Ice Arena to be built on Legacy Farms (former Weston Nurseries) land specifically […]

Unofficial Results – May 17, 2010 Town Election

Unofficial Results – May 17, 2010 Town Election

2279 ballots were cast today, out of 9578 registered voters, a turnout of 23.8%.Winners are highlighted in yellow below. SELECTMEN – For three years – Vote for TWO544 Blank 894 Todd S. Holbrook Republican Caucus Nominee 8941243 Benjamin L. Palleiko Republican Caucus Nominee 999 John […]

Don’t Forget To Vote Tomorrow! Monday, May 17

Don’t Forget To Vote Tomorrow! Monday, May 17

Polls are open 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM in the Middle School Gym, 88 Hayden Rowe St (enter by Grove Street. There are several Offices up for election including Selectmen and Planning Board. Read the full ballot at http://www.hopkinton.org/BallotATE2010.pdf. Here’s what’s going on:BALLOT QUESTIONS Question […]

A Blog Debate – Five Questions and Responses from the Four Board of Selectman Candidates

A Blog Debate – Five Questions and Responses from the Four Board of Selectman Candidates

Educate Hopkinton posed the following five questions to our Selectman Candidates, covering school system funding (question #1), downtown revitalization (#2), Library expansion (#3), support for a “Green Community” (#4), and support for an override to fund a new elementary school (#5). We thank them for […]