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The Hayden Rowe/Main Street Intersection

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Through a series of informational press releases, Town Manager Norman Khumalo is detailing the work of hte Downtown Initiative Steering Committee (DISC) and providing backgroun information and progress to date on the Downtown Improvement Project. Presented below is the fourth press release which deals with the Hayden Rowe.Main Street intersection.

From Town Manager Norman Khumalo:

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College Funding Live Now Playing on HCAM

On Wednesday, January 18th Ron Foisy of College Planning Stratefgies, presented a program for parents of college bound students. Watch the HCAM News segment for highlights of the presentation, and for the full program, check the HCAM schedule for replay times.

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Selectmen Applaud Hopkinton 20/20 For Progress to Date

Members of Hopkinton 20/20, the public private economic development initiative, received rave reviews from the Board of Selectmen at their January 17th meeting as they came before the board to report their progress to date and to update the board on their current activities.

I’m very pleased,” said Michelle Gates. “It’s exactly what I was hoping we would gain.”

“I think it all comes together nicely,” said Brian Herr, “and I applaud what you are doing.”

Zio’s Quattro Coming to Hopkinton Square

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Selectmen voted at their January 17th meeting to approve the liquor license for Zio’s Quattro, a new restaurant by Zio’s Bistro owners, Paul and Kim Winshman, to be built at Hopkinton Square located at the corner of West Main and South Street.

According to Winshman, the decision to build the new restaurant came after a meeting with the property developers, Chuck Joseph and Peter Markarian, in which both parties were in agreement about what they think will work at the South Street location.

Massachusetts Unemployment Rate Drops to 6.8%...Jobs Decline in December by 6,200

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The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development reported today that the total unemployment rate was 6.8 percent, down 0.2 of a percentage point from the November rate of 7.0 percent, and well below the national rate of 8.5 percent. It is the lowest monthly rate since December of 2008. The preliminary December estimates show a decrease of 6,200 jobs in Massachusetts, for a total of 3,234,500 jobs.

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Business Guide Complete

In an effort to promote business growth in Hopkinton, Town Manager Norman Khumalo commissioned Land Use, Planning and Permitting Director, Elaine Lazarus, to design a comprehensive manual for prospective business owners. The result was a document entitled the Business Guide.

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A Look Inside Water Fresh Farm

Fourteen years after planting their first tomatoes and nearly a year after breaking ground on their new barn, the Todaro and Barton families area ready to open Water Fresh Farm, a farm stand focused on bringing fresh local food to Hopkinton and to the surrounding area.

HCAM News toured the new facility just before the holidays for a sneak peek at what's in store and talked to Donna Todaro about opening day.

Dream Dinners Hosts Menu Tasting Open House

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Starting in February, Dream Diiners in Milford, Massachusetts will once again be hosting its monthly Menu Tasting Open House. According to Hopkinton resident and co-owner Michele Guilmette, these free events provide an opportunity to learn about the leading meal assembly service in the country while sampling someof the delicious meals from the current menu.

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MetroWest Tourism & Visitors Bureau Ready for Business

Business owners, municipal officials and organizations representing nineteen MetroWest towns attended the Breakfast Launch of the MetroWest Tourism and Visitors Bureau on Friday, December 9 at the Sheraton Framingham.

The Visitors Bureau was signed into law last summer, but the breakfast was the official kick off of this collaborative effort designed to spur economic development in the MetroWest region.

Watch the HCAM News video to see highlights from the breakfast, including excerpts of the speakers, including Senator Karen Spilka who was instrumental in establishing the bureau.

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Chamber of Commerce Honors Six Local Businesses at Holiday Party

Six local companies celebrating significant anniversaries were recognized by the Chamber of Commerce at the Holiday Party held at the Hopkinton Country Club on Wednesday, December 7th.

The evening's events were kicked off by Chamber President Bob McGuire who introduced the six companies.

  • E.L. Harvey and Sons -- 100 years
  • Golden Pond - 20 years
  • Gorman Richardson Lewis Architects - 35 years
  • Perkin Elmer - 30 years
  • Wayland Realty - 50 years
  • The Hopkinton Independent - 12 years

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