Tag: Property Taxes

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 […]






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 […]






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. […]






School Committee Preliminary Budget Now Posted, and Town Budget Presentation on Tuesday

School Committee Preliminary Budget Now Posted, and Town Budget Presentation on Tuesday

On January 28th, the School Committee held a Public Hearing, followed by a Working Session to create the “School Committee Preliminary Budget”. During the Public Hearing portion of the meeting, parents stated their concerns about large class sizes in the elementary grades, and potential cuts […]






Potential Tax Increase, Special Town Meeting Scheduled, School Finance Update and District MCAS Results

Potential Tax Increase, Special Town Meeting Scheduled, School Finance Update and District MCAS Results

Tax Increase May Be Needed The Board of Selectmen (BOS) indicated at its October 19, 2009 meeting that any state cut in local aid may now have to be covered solely by raising property taxes. As we noted in our last e-mail, the state is […]