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HCAM Studios Will Host ESBC Meeting September 30th

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On Tuesday, September 30th, at 7pm, HCAM studios will host the September meeting of the Elementary School Building Committee. The meeting is open to the public, and will also air live on HCAM-TV.

At this meeting, the ESBC anticipates to address the designer selection process, plan for upcoming public forums, and receive updates on potential sites. As always, the Elementary School Building Committee invites community feedback; those interested are invited to provide input, share observations, and ask questions relating to the project.

ESBC Updates the Community for September

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On September 19th, the Elementary School Building Committee hosted their first episode of ESBC Update at HCAM studios. Vice-chair Mike Shepard and new Owner's Project Manager Tim Bonfatti spoke with Kelsey Simonson about the OPM selection process and upcoming plans for the committee.

To watch the video, click here .

Center Trail and Hopkinton Mews Discussed at Conservation Commission

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The Conservation Commission met Monday, September 22nd, to discuss a number of building projects around town with concern to their environmental disturbance and impact.

Planning Board Approves 203 Pond Street Conditions

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The Planning Board met on September 22 to discuss conditions for the 203 Pond Street development that included trees, the new culvert and the construction of the roadway for the development. In attendance were applicants John Coolidge and Anne Richards, engineers Eric Dias and Garrett Tunisian and developer consultant David Wluka.

Visioning Community Survey

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Dear Hopkinton Resident:
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to be heard.

The Hopkinton Board of Selectmen created the Hopkinton Visioning Steering Group to help navigate a process to solicit input from you on what our community might look like ten years from now.

The group has created a survey which is an important tool designed to help create a vision for the future, and action steps to achieve that vision. The survey is also available to pick up in the Town Manager's Office in hard copy for interested participants.

Help Govern Hopkinton

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The Town of Hopkinton is encouraging all residents who are interested in helping govern Hopkinton to apply now for volunteer positions. If you have been curious or interested in giving your time, expertise or perspective on behalf of your community, now is an excellent time to get involved!

Hopkinton Public Schools Public Notice

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Special Education Child Find Notice
Under federal and state special education regulations, Hopkinton Public Schools has a duty to locate, identify, refer, evaluate and, if eligible, provide a free, appropriate public education to students with disabilities who reside in the town of Hopkinton. For parents or guardians of children ages 3-21 years of age who have a disability or developmental delay, and who would like more information, please contact Marijane Hackett, Director of Student Services and Child Find Coordinator, at 508-497-9850.

Vehicle Denied Exemption, Pratt Land Discussed at Board of Assessors

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The Board of Assessors met on Tuesday, September 16th, to discuss tax exemptions and appraisal issues.

Hopkinton Public Schools Strategic Plan Public Forum Online

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For anyone who is interested in watching the Hopkinton Public Schools Strategic Plan Public Forum from September 10 again, or for anyone who may have missed it, the forum is now available to view here. The forum will also air again next week on HCAM-ED, starting on Monday, September 15. Click here for program dates and times.

Board of Appeals Approves Lake Shore Drive Addition

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The Board of Appeals met Wednesday, September 10th at 7pm. The original agenda called for public hearings of 68 East Main St, Lumber St/Hopkinton Mews, and 26 Lake Shore Drive. However, two requests for continuances were made. The property owner of 68 East Main St requested that her hearing be moved to December. Hopkinton Mews requested a continuance until September 24th, but the board saw that this meeting would be held at the start of Rosh Hashanah. The board voted to move this and all other public hearings scheduled for the 24th to October 8th.

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