Voter Information

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 […]

Upcoming Forums and Meetings

Upcoming Forums and Meetings

For locations and details visit http://ehop.org/town-government/calendar/. Never attended a meeting and have a question? Contact Amy Ritterbusch at webmaster@educatehopkinton.com. Wednesday, April 6@ 7:00 pm Appropriations Committee Meeting@ 8:00 pm HPTA State of the Schools Forum Thursday, April 7@ 7:30pm School Committee Meeting Friday, April 8@ 7:45am […]

May Annual Town Meeting Warrant Closed

May Annual Town Meeting Warrant Closed

Last Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen finalized the agenda (aka warrant) for Annual Town Meeting, which begins on Monday, May 2 at 7:00pm. Please save the date to attend the Annual Town Meeting and come vote on important issues that shape our town. All articles […]

Your 2nd Vote Still Counts – Vote Today

Your 2nd Vote Still Counts – Vote Today

Although the New School failed at Town Meeting last week, if the vote passes by a simple majority today we may get a second chance from the MSBA to keep the grant and vote again at the Annual Hopkinton Town Meeting in May. Please let […]

Vote Tonight – Special Town Meeting for the New School begins at 7:00pm

Vote Tonight – Special Town Meeting for the New School begins at 7:00pm

Town Meeting Survival Guide If you have never been to Town Meeting before, you may not know what to expect. As such, we decided to compile this “survival guide” to help you know what to expect. You do not need to bring anything to Town […]

Your 2 Votes Count

Your 2 Votes Count

In order to go forward with the proposed new school the question must pass by a 2/3 majority at Special Town Meeting AND it must pass by a simple majority at the Special Town Election. VOTE #1 Special Town Meeting Monday, March 21 at 7:00 […]

Important Documents About the Proposed New School

Important Documents About the Proposed New School

Town Meeting and Town Election Info: Special Town Meeting Warrant – March 21, 2011http://www.hopkinton.org/clerk/pdf/STM-2011-Mar-21_Warrant.pdf Special Town Election Ballot – March 28, 2011http://www.hopkinton.org/clerk/pdf/STE-2011-Mar-28_Warrant.pdf Special Town Meeting and Election InformationSchool Committee Press Release – March 3, 2011http://www.hopkinton.k12.ma.us/newweb2/HESBC/PressReleaseSTM.pdf Grade Spans, K-5 Neighborhood Schools and Districting Info: Elementary Principals’ […]

State Election Results

State Election Results

How Hopkinton Voted – Unofficial Results http://www.hopkinton.org/pdf/StateElecNov2-2010Final.pdf Overall Statewide Winners for Offices and Questions on the November 2 Hopkinton Ballot (Source http://www.boston.com/news/politics/2010/) GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 48% PATRICK AND MURRAY        Democrat ATTORNEY GENERAL 63% MARTHA COAKLEY    46 Coolidge Rd., Medford     Democrat Candidate for Re-election […]