Notice Regarding Resident Sand Pile at DPW Yard

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From Highway Manager Mike Mansir:

I would like to remind Hopkinton residents that are coming into the DPW yard to pick up resident sand to use caution when entering and exiting the property. Over the last few years we have noticed an increase in the number of residents taking advantage of this service and have noticed motorists driving too fast while entering & exiting our facility. There have been several close calls between our equipment and residents vehicles.

Applications for Boston Marathon Invitational Applications Due This Friday

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In accordance with Section 2 of the Hopkinton Marathon Policy, the Board of Selectmen invites applications for the upcoming 2013 Boston Marathon in the following manner:

Seventeen (17) invitational applications will be distributed to qualified organizations through a lottery that will take place at a special Board of Selectmen meeting on Tuesday, November 20, 2013. In order to qualify for the lottery, an organization must fit one of three category descriptions outlined in the Town’s Marathon Policy, namely:

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Hopkins Students Honor Veterans

Hopkins students did their part to learn about and honor those who served our country during a November 9th Veterans' Day assembly.

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HCAM Insider: What's Playing this Week on HCAM?

Hello, everyone, and welcome to another HCAM Insider!

On Monday, November 12 at 7:00 PM, Jackson Gillman, also known as the Stand Up Chameleon, wows the crowd with his sign language and motion during this filmed performance of his storytelling and songs as we replay an episode of Wake Up and Smell the Poetry.

Price Chopper Helps Food Pantries through "Check Out Hunger" Program

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Now through December 15, Price Chopper’s annual “Check Out Hunger” campaign will offer shoppers two new ways to help support those in need through local food banks and their affiliated kitchens and pantries this winter.

Water Off on Wednesday on East Main Street

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Please be advised that on Wednesday November 14th, crews will be working on the water main tie in for Legacy Farm Road on East Main Street. In order to make the connection, the water will be turned off for approximately 8 hours beginning at 9:00 AM. The water will be off on East Main Street and side streets from approximately Peach Street to Clinton Street.

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All About Hopkinton: The United Way

Watch the HCAM News excerpt of the latest All About Hopknton as Station Manager Jim Cozzens sits down with Jen Maseda, Senior Vice President of the Tri-County United Way to discuss how she became involved witht United Way, the various programs offered by the United Way and how you can help support their mission. The full program will air beginning on Wednesday, November 21. Please check our program schedule for more details.

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Winter Water Tips for Homeowners

Watch the HCAM News video with Hopkinton's Water and Sewer Manager Eric Carty as he offers some winter water tips for homeowners.

The Water Department responds to numerous frozen water pipe calls each winter with the majority of them located inside the home. There are several measures that homeowners can take to prevent their water pipes from freezing. The Water Department would like to offer the following tips:

ON-LINE SURVEY Open through 11/9/12

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The School Committee thanks those who attended the recent focus group conducted by the New England School Development Council (NESDEC) as part of the search process for our next Superintendent of Schools.

The School Committee values the input of faculty, staff, parents and community in determining the attributes, experience and knowledge that our next Superintendent should possess. Opinion on the immediate tasks and priorities on which our next Superintendent should focus for the next few years, will be valued as well.

Girl Scouts Collecting Blankets

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Hopkinton's Girl Scout Junior Troop 72975 met yesterday, 11/7/12 at the Hopkins Cafeteria with Community Leader, CherylAnn Lambert Walsh of Project Just Because (PJB), as part of their aMuse Journey.
Ms. Walsh spoke to the girls about her work with Project Just Because and raised their awareness of needs and opportunities to help in their community.

The 18 girl scouts brought Thanksgiving dinner themed donations to the meeting where they prepared 18 Thanksgiving Baskets.
The baskets were delivered this morning to PJB and they were delighted.


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