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Attention All Organizations Who Wish to Participate in Hopkinton Family Day

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Hello again to those of you who previously participated in the Hopkinton Family Day event and to some new groups we have included in this notice. This year Family Day is on Sept. 14th starting at 3 pm. We had a great response last year and we hope to hear from you by June 15. Please respond by filling out and returning the attached Sign up form. I am including a few reminders and also a list of last year activities.

2019 Hopkinton Town Election Results

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In the attachment above, view the unofficial 2019 Hopkinton Town Election Results.

Winners of the contested races:
Selectmen, Brendan Tedstone - 1097, Mary Jo LaFreniere - 990.
Town Moderator, Thomas Garabedian - 1,064.
Parks & Recreation, Cynthia S. Esthimer - 869,
Commissioners of Trust Funds, Susan M. Kurys - 1272,
Planning Board (2 Years), Robert C. Benson Jr. - 975.
All 4 ballot questions passed.

2019 Hopkinton Town Election Results Live on Monday May 20th!

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On Monday May 20th at 8pm, Tom Nappi and Mike Torosian will bring you the 2019 Hopkinton Town Election Results live on HCAM. The Broadcast will be available on HCAM TV (Comcast: Channel 8, Verizon: Channel 30) and also available at www.hcam.tv/live. The broadcast will feature the reading of the results by Town Clerk, Connor Degan, interviews with candidates plus more!

Video: Hopkinton Trails Club Hosts 3rd Annual Public Forum

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The Hopkinton Trails Club hosted the 3rd annual Town Trails Forum at the Hopkinton Senior Center. In the video below, Hcam's, John Ritz caught up with Hopkinton Trails Club Co-Chairs, Steve Frohbeiter and Peter LaGoy.

Thousands Marching on the State House for 5:00 p.m. Rally for Public Education Funding

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BOSTON – Thousands of students, educators, parents, and other supporters of public education are beginning to arrive on Boston Common for a 5:00 p.m. rally and march around the State House to demand passage of bills that would increase state funding for preK-12 public schools by more than $1 billion a year and for public colleges and universities by more than $500 million a year.

Job Posting: Intermittent Laborer

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The Town of Hopkinton seeks Intermittent Laborers for 40 hours per week available to work between approximately May 13th through August 30th to perform the following duties:

Lawn mowing
Weed trimming
Miscellaneous property cleanups
Other maintenance-type related duties

Qualifications:
Ability to drive a one-ton dump truck with trailer
Prior experience with landscaping and/or maintenance
Good interpersonal skills and the ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Job Posting: Veteran's Services District Administrative Specialist

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Effective July 1st, the MetroWest Veterans' Services District Seeks a 37.5 hours/week Administrative Specialist

$19.00 per hour

Up to $20.00 per hour upon completion of in-training period.

Office Location: Central Office 1750 Washington St, Holliston 01746

Work schedule is Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Video: Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting Day 3 Recap

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Below, view a recap of Day 2 of the 2019 Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting.

Article 39: Temporary Banners - Unanimously Passed
-Expands where banners may be displayed to Route 85, Route 135 and West Main St.

Video: Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting Day 2 Recap

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Below, view a recap of Day 2 of the 2019 Hopkinton Annual Town Meeting.

Article 25: Purchase of Ladder Truck - Standing Vote- Passed: 256-11
$1,200,000 for a Ladder Truck to replace used Truck purchased in 2016.
2/3rds required vote

Article 26: Public Safety Software Upgrade - Passed Unanimously
$375,000

Town Meeting Day 3 Updates 5-8-2019

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View town meeting on HCAM (Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or online here:.

Article 39: Temporary Banners - Unanimously Passed
-Expands where banners may be displayed to Route 85, Route 135 and West Main St.

Article 40: Commercial Solar Photovoltaic Installations - Amended Motion Passed Unanimously
-Strengthens the ability of the Planning Board to require screening around Solar farms, while preserving flexibility to respond to site and neighborhood conditions.

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