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Tree Removals Approved

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The Planning Board met on July 8 with Tree Warden Paul Gleason to discuss the removal of trees on the Scenic Roads West Main Street and School Street, and from the property at 119 Ash Street. Ash Street is also a Scenic Road.

A New Page for Casino Related Only News

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Are you following news related to the proposed casino in Milford by Foxwoods Massachusetts? To make staying up to date with the latest casino related news and events easier, a dedicated page has been added to the HCAM website that contains links to all of our casino related news.

Library Now Open on Monday Mornings

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Beginning on Monday, July 15, the Hopkinton Public Library will open at 10 a.m. on Monday mornings.

"This will be great news for our young readers and especially for those parents who love bringing their children to the library on Monday mornings, but couldn't for the last several years," said Library Director Rownak Hussain. "We are excited about this step forward and will continue to serve the community with the best library services possible!"

Westborough Family Physician Transferring to Hopkinton Practice

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Tri-County Medical Associates is pleased to announce and welcome Family Medicine Physician, Benjamin Lieberman, MD. For the last 12 years, Dr. Lieberman practiced at Westborough Family Medicine. Beginning mid-August, Dr. Lieberman will join Hopkinton Family Practice along with Dr. Cindy Handler. New patients and families are also being welcomed at this time. Appointments can be made by calling 508-435-4414.

Upcoming Presentations Regarding Proposed Milford Casino

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Foxwoods Massachusetts has scheduled the following public presentations to be made covering the following subject matters related to the it proposed casino project in Milford.

Planning Board Meets July 8

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At its meeting on Monday, July 8 the Hopkinton Planning Board will hold two public hearings; one a Scenic Road Public Hearing regarding the removal of two additional trees from West Main and School Street related to the planned intersection construction project to install a stop light, and a second Scenic Road Public Hearing regarding tree removal at 119 Ash Street.

Also on the agenda is an Executive Session beginning at 8PM to discuss strategy with respect to litigation with respect to 203 Pond Street.

Complete agenda is attached.

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A Girl Scout Journey

Watch the HCAM News video to learn how the 18 girls in Girl Scout Troop 72975 spent their year learning about stereotypes and becoming a leader as they worked to complete the aMuse Journey.

Fill a Backpack Items Again Collected at St. Paul’s Church

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In support of Project Just Because’s Fill a Backpack drive, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will be collecting items for the program at the Church Office at 61 Wood Street in Hopkinton. The “Fill a Backpack” drive will run from July 7 to August 11 and collection hours are Sundays, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon; Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m. to noon; and Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. St. Paul’s invites other churches, groups, or individuals to join the Fill a Backpack drive. Christ Church in Medway joins St. Paul’s this year in collecting donations. Please contact the St.

Latest Main Street Construction Upate

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Starting on Monday, July 8th construction will resume at 43 Main Street (Hopkinton Gourmet) working towards Hayden Rowe. The parking spaces on both sides of Main Street will be utilized to accommodate two lanes of vehicular traffic. Therefore those parking space will be barreled off as a temporary parking restriction on Sunday night on both sides of Main Street from 43 Main (Hopkinton Gourmet) to 17 Main St. (Z Bistro). It is intended that the construction crew will use these spaces as long they are in the construction zone.

Please plan your day accordingly.

Driscoll and Eberlin Resign, Parks & Recreation Commission Seeking Candidates

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The Board of Selectmen voted at its July 2, 2013 meeting to accept the resignation of two members of the Parks & Recreation Commission and is currently seeking candidates for these positions.

A joint meeting, consisting of the remaining members of the Hopkinton Parks & Recreation Commission and the members of the Board of Selectmen will convene and vote at a later date to appoint two individuals to temporarily fill both seats until the next Annual Town Election in May of 2014.

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