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Video: HCAM Hosted Main Street Corridor Project Forum

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In preparation for the upcoming Special Town Meeting, HCAM hosted a Main Street Corridor project forum. Representatives for the Town in support of the project were in attendance along with representatives from the firm designing the project, VHB.

Take a look at the forum in the videos below and remember to attend the Special Town Meeting on Monday, December 9th, 7pm at the Hopkinton Middle School.

News Segment:

MSO hosts inaugural job fair for incarcerated individuals

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BILLERICA, Mass. – More than 70 individuals incarcerated at the Middlesex Jail & House of Correction participated in the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office inaugural job fair on Wednesday, December 4.

During morning and afternoon sessions, incarcerated individuals had the opportunity to meet with representatives from nearly a dozen businesses, staffing agencies and unions to learn about post-release employment opportunities.

HCAM to Host Downtown Corridor Project Program December 4th at 7pm

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HCAM will host a Downtown Corridor Project program Wednesday night (12/4) at 7pm in the HCAM studios. The program will air live on HCAM-TV and concentrate on discussion about the proposed project in preparation for the upcoming Special Town Meeting on December 9th.

Representatives from the Town will be in studio to discuss various elements of the project and address concerns and questions.

Community Notice: Hydrant Accessibility

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The Water Department requests your assistance, in maintaining accessibility to the town's fire hydrants, for the safety and protection of everyone. During the winter hydrants can become buried by snow during a storm. If you have a fire hydrant that that is near your home, please help us make it visible and accessible to the Fire Department for use in an emergency. Precious seconds can be lost, searching for the hydrant or removing snow to gain access to it. Talk with your neighbors about taking turns shoveling around the hydrant in winter. Help make your neighborhood safe for everyone!

HCAM Downtown Corridor Project Forum Rescheduled to Wednesday 12/4 at 7pm

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Due to Weather, we have cancelled tonight's Downtown Corridor Project forum and are tentatively planning on hosting the program on Wednesday, December 4th at 7pm. Confirmation to follow.

HCAM will host a Downtown Corridor Project forum at the HCAM studios (77 Main Street). The program will air live on HCAM-TV and concentrate on discussion about the proposed project in preparation for the upcoming Special Town Meeting on December 9th.

Community Notice: Must be Registered to Vote by this Friday 11/29/19

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Hello All, We just wanted to inform residents that 8:00 PM, this Friday (11/29/2019) is the last day to register to vote if you wish to participate in the Special Town Meeting scheduled for December 9th, 2019.

Video: School Superintendent, Dr Carol Cavanaugh updates about Hopkinton Public Schools Public Hearing

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On Thursday December 5th, a Hopkinton Public Schools Public Hearing will take place at Hopkinton High School from 6 until 7pm. Topics will include Enrollment, Physical Plant Needs, 10-year Build-Out Plan and Impact of construction on academic programming. There is also an opportunity for those planning on to attend to view the newly renovated space at the White House building at 4pm.

View more in the video below!

HCAM to Host Downtown Corridor Project Forum, Monday December 2nd

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On Monday December 2nd at 7pm, HCAM will host a Downtown Corridor Project forum at the HCAM studios (77 Main Street). The program will air live on HCAM-TV and concentrate on discussion about the proposed project in preparation for the upcoming Special Town Meeting on December 9th.

The forum will feature a panel of those who are for the project and also members of a group called the Main Street Alliance, who is opposed to the project.

Community Notice: Main Street Corridor Project - Outreach and Public Input History

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Dear All:

Last night, the Select Board asked staff to share the attached history of the Main Street Corridor Project outreach and public input efforts.

From its beginnings in 2003 with the Voices for Vision Brainstorming Session and the creation of the Downtown Revitalization Committee, what is now the Main Street Corridor Project has gone through many revisions and changes over the years as it now approaches a final solution.

Massachusetts Legislature Passes Distracted Driving Legislation

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Today Massachusetts House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo and Senate President Karen Spilka, along with their colleagues in the House and Senate, passed legislation to ban drivers from using hand-held electronic devices in vehicles unless they are in hands-free mode.

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