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Roadwork Notice: August 2, 2019

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Roadwork has been rescheduled for the following streets. All work is weather pending and dates may need to be moved forward as needed. Work hours will be approximately 7am-5pm. Chestnut St work hours will be 9am-3pm.

8/3 - Eastview Rd & Ray St. Adjust driveway aprons. 8/5-8/9 - Wildlife Dr, Pheasant Hill Rd & Partridge Rd. Adjust driveway aprons & sidewalk ramps.. 8/12&13 - Chestnut St. Milling.. 8/14 - Chestnut St. Adjust structures. 8/15&16 - Chestnut St. Paving.

Hopkinton Police Department seeks your feedback

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ln an effort to evaluate and formalize the vision for the Hopkinton Police Department Chief Lee
has launched the process of developing a strategic plan for the Hopkinton Police Department.
"AIlyou have to do is drive around town and you can see allthe change that is happening in
town. lt is a very exciting period of growth and we want to ensure that the police department is
poised to continue delivering the highest level of service to our community."
The first phase of the strategic plan development process is to conduct a community survey. lt

Senate Passes Bill to Ban Child Marriage, Promote Healthcare Access and Reaffirms Support for Public Employee Unions

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BOSTON – The Massachusetts State Senate wrapped up an active session Thursday, overwhelmingly passing legislation prohibiting an individual from entering into marriage with a minor. In addition, the Senate approved two health care-related bills, one aimed at helping consumers more clearly understand the services offered by providers and another expanding access to eye care. The Senate also rejected an amendment offered by the Governor on a bill that protects a public unions’ ability to effectively represent all workers in labor agreements.

Central Mass Mosquito Control Project

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Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project personnel will be in your community to respond to residents' concerns about mosquitoes in their area on the following dates in July or August:
July 30, 31, August 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28

Community Notice: Zoning Advisory Committee Vacancies

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The Planning Board is seeking individuals interested in serving on the Zoning Advisory Committee (ZAC) in varying capacities as outlined below.

The purpose of the ZAC is to review and develop proposals for zoning bylaw and zoning map amendments, and to make recommendations to the Planning Board in preparation for Annual Town Meeting. The Board is looking for residents committed to addressing various zoning related topics in depth, and committed to attending regular evening meetings year round.

Roadwork Notice: Eastview RD Driveway Aprons

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On 7/27 crews will be on Eastview Rd repairing and adjusting driveway aprons. Work hours will be approximately 7am-5pm.

Job Posting: Public Health Nurse

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Title: Public Health Nurse
Classification: Professional
Department: Board of Health Grade: 8
Reports to: Health Director FLSA Status: Exempt
Effective Date: 7/1/2019 Union Status: Non-represented
This position is appointed by the Town Manager. The Town Manager has delegated the supervision of
the position to the Health Services Director.
Summary
The Public Health Nurse maintains the public’s health by providing health services and information, in

Legislature Passes Balanced Budget with Targeted Investments in Education, Housing, Environment

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July 22, 2019 – BOSTON – Today the Massachusetts Legislature passed its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) budget, which invests in programs and services across the Commonwealth. Funded at $43.1 billion, the budget makes major investments in education, housing, substance use disorder services, health care, and other areas while projecting a more than $476 million deposit into the Stabilization Fund – bringing the fund’s balance to more than $3 billion to safeguard the future of vital programs and services.

Community Notice: Work on Cedar Street Water Main to Begin Next Week

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Please be advised that night work to replace the Cedar Street water main will begin next week. There will be detour signs in place to direct traffic around the construction.

Please be advised the hours of work for the Cedar Street water main replacement will be 9PM to 5AM

7/18: Senate President Spilka to Attend I-90 Intermodal Forum

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Framingham– On Thursday, July 18, Senate President Karen Spilka (D-Ashland) will attend the I-90 Intermodal Forum to learn more about the state's plan to overhaul a portion of the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston and its potential impact on the MetroWest region. According to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, the project will include straightening a portion of Interstate 90 and other changes to accommodate development in Allston/Brighton.

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