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I-90 East Bridge Replacement over Cordaville Road in Southborough, July 30 - August 2

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MassDOT will replace the I-90 East bridge over Cordaville Road in Southborough from 7:00 PM on Friday, July 30 to 5:00 AM on Monday, August 2. Eastbound traffic will be shifted through a median crossover to the westbound side of I-90. Travel will be reduced to two lanes in each direction and opposing traffic separated by a barrier.

Cordaville Road will be closed under the bridge and through traffic detoured from approximately 4:00 PM on Friday to 5:00 AM on Monday.

Hopkinton’s Elementary School Building Committee-2 Begins Work

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The newly formed Hopkinton Elementary School Building Committee - 2 (ESBC-2) met for the first time on Thursday, July 15, at the Elmwood School.

The newly formed committee’s documented mission is “To facilitate the development of a proposed solution to the operational and educational constraints of Elmwood School that will be supported by the voters of Hopkinton, as well as the MSBA.”

Community Notice: Main Street Water Main to be turned off on Wed July 28th at 8:30am for Several Hours

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Please be advised that due to work related to the Main Street Corridor Project, it will be necessary to shut down the water main on Main Street between Pleasant Street and Wood Street, including Commonwealth Ave. This will take place Wednesday, July 28 at approximately 8:30AM and last for several hours. After the water is turned back on, you may notice some air or discoloration and may need to flush your cold water line.

Fire Chief Slaman to Retire August 27.

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In an internal email to update his department on upcoming events, Chief Slaman wrote "My last day looks to be secured on August 27 and note that the internal posting for my position is out through the town."

Just last night, Chief Slaman joined me on The Hangout Hour to talk about his upcoming retirement, but did not hint to a date. You can see his full interview with me as we talk about his growing up and his career as a firefighter leading up to this day on HCAM's YouTube Channel here: https://youtu.be/sTi9bBNDefI

Mosquito Spraying begins August 3rd

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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:
August 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 and Sep 1

Town of Hopkinton Shares Summary of National Community Survey's Livability Report

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Town Manager Norman Khumalo is pleased to share a summary of the National Community Survey's Livability Report for the Town of Hopkinton and thanks residents for taking the time to respond to the survey.

Hopkinton Public Library: We've gone fine free!

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The Library Board of Trustees has voted to make Hopkinton Public Library permanently fine-free for overdue materials! We are thrilled that Hopkinton will join the ranks of the many libraries eliminating overdue fines that may place an undue hardship on patrons and/or create barriers for access. For a number of years, we have forgiven fines for seniors and have held monthly "fine amnesty" days. Now overdue fines will no longer be assessed on late materials for any age, that belong or are returned to us.

Hopkinton Freedom Team and Town Officials Celebrate Juneteenth

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After a small ceremony, the Hopkinton Freedom team along with Town Officials hung a Juneteenth flag outside of Town Hall to recognize the newly Federalized holiday, "Juneteenth". Speakers included, Christina Hannigan from the Hopkinton Freedom Team and Select Board Member, Muriel Kramer. View scenes from the event below.

Watch Now: Hopkinton Library Director, Heather Backman talks resignation and new position

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Director of the Hopkinton Public Library, Heather Backman has done a great job during her time at the Hopkinton Public Library but she recently announced she will be leaving for new endeavors.

Hopkinton Democrats hosted caucus for the Mass Democrat State Convention

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On June 17th the Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee (HDTC) held its nominating caucus to elect delegates to the Massachusetts Democrat State Convention.

Hopkinton Delegates & Alternates (A) Elected:
Nasiba Mannan, Celia Jenkins, Meena Kaushik, Kyla McSweeney, Frank D’Urso, Devon Rutter, Shadihul Mannan, Patrick Atwell, Ellen Rutter (A), Paula Toomey (A), Peter Mimmo (A), Liam Horseman (A) & Ed Mills (Ex Officio) & Darlene Hayes (Ex Officio/Chair)

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