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Editorial: Endorsing Amy Ritterbusch for Select Board

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I happily express my support for Amy Ritterbusch for Select Board. Amy and I met four years ago, and we had a brief discussion about eHop and how it came to fruition. What immediately impressed me about Amy was that she not only wanted to be informed but also wanted to help others be informed in order to strengthen our community. She has served on the Planning Board and Historic District Commission in this vein by being prepared, sourcing and sharing objective information and making thoughtful decisions.

Editorial: Endorsing Lya Batlle-Rafferty for School Committee

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It is with pleasure that I endorse Lya Batlle-Rafferty for School Committee. Lya and I have served on the Board of Assessors together since 2017, and I have seen firsthand her dedication to the Town and commitment to elected office. Lya is a thoughtful decision maker who takes the time to evaluate issues with both data and compassion in order to best support our residents. She will bring this same discerning approach to the School Committee as we face the challenges of maintaining our outstanding schools within our financial means.

Teaching during the Pandemic and More.. On the Hangout Hour

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Our next edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Tuesday, June 23rd at 2pm. In the episode, we will talk with Hopkins School Teacher, Marie Clark and School Committee Candidate, Lya Battle-Rafferty.

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COVID-19 Updates & Precautions June 22, 2020 update

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Previous updates and additional information and resources can be found here: https://coronavirus-hopkintonma.hub.arcgis.com/
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Watch Now: Summer Baseball and Darlene Hayes.. On the Hangout Hour!

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The 62nd edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour took place on Monday, June 22nd at 2pm. In the episode, we talked to players from last years Ashland Legion Baseball team and this years independent team (Lawrence Tang, Dom Cavanagh, Sam Farrell) plus Housing Authority Candidate, Darlene Hayes joined us for the 2nd half.

Our next edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Tuesday, June 23rd at 2pm. In the episode, we will talk with Hopkins School Teacher, Marie Clark and School Committee Candidate, Lya Battle Rafferty.

Summer Baseball and Darlene Hayes.. On the Hangout Hour

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Our next edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Monday, June 22nd at 2pm. In the episode, we will talk to players from last years Ashland Legion baseball team and this years independent team (Lawrence Tang, Dom Cavanagh, Louie Dennison) plus Housing Authority Candidate, Darlene Hayes will join us for the 2nd half.

Send your pictures, comments or questions on our Facebook page, in the comments section of the YouTube live stream of the program or by emailing [email protected]!

Watch Now: Graduation Advice and more.. On the Hangout Hour

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The 61st edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour took place on Friday, June 19th at 2pm and the HCAM Team talked about Graduation speeches and advice for those graduating this year. Chuck Joseph was on for the 2nd half to share some Hopkinton History.

Our next edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Monday, June 22nd at 2pm. In the episode, we will talk to players for last years Ashland Legion baseball team and this years independent team plus Housing Authority Candidate, Darlene Hayes will join us for the 2nd half.

Massachusetts State Senate Passes Resolution Celebrating Juneteenth

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The Massachusetts State Senate on Thursday passed a resolution commemorating June 19, 2020 as Juneteenth. Juneteenth is an unofficial holiday that celebrates June 19, 1865, the day when the remaining enslaved African Americans in the United States of America were told that they were free.

Community Notice: Water Use Advisory

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With temperatures rapidly rising, groundwater levels rapidly declining and no rain in sight, water demands have skyrocketed. We are pumping at full capacity to try and maintain water use during one of the driest stretches for this time of year ever recorded since records started being kept in the 1800’s. We are nearing levels that will require us to start cutting pump production. It is imperative that everything follow the water use restrictions and only use water out doors when absolutely necessary.

Community Notice: Water Department Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

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The Water Department has completed the annual drinking water quality report. This consumer confidence report is a requirement of the EPA and will be distributed by July 1st for the previous calendar year reporting period. In addition, copies will be made available on the Water Department web page, http://bit.ly/HopkintonWaterReport2019, and at the Water Department office, 83 Wood St., the Town hall and the Library, when those buildings open.

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