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Video: EEE Threat Critical, New School Traffic Pattern on Hayden Rowe, Upcoming Bocce Challenge at Senior Center

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In the video below, see more about the critical EEE Mosquito threat in the Hopkinton area, new school traffic pattern at Hopkinton Middle and High School as well as information about the upcoming Hopkinton Senior Center open house and Bocce Challenge.

Job Posting: Administrative Benefits Support

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The Town of Hopkinton seeks a full-time Administrative Benefits Support position for its Human
Resources Department.
The Human Resources Administrative Benefits Support position is responsible for partnering with the HR
Director to successfully execute municipal human resources benefits for the Town. The Administrative
Benefits Support position performs professional and administrative duties relating to the human
resources functions within the Human Resources Department; works closely with the HR Director to

Public Hearing Notice: Greyhound Friends Kennel License

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE TOWN OF HOPKINTON PETITION FOR HEARING-REVOCATION OF KENNEL LICENSE, GREYHOUND FRIENDS, 167 SADDLE HILL ROAD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2019 at 7:45 PM Hopkinton Town Hall 18 Main Street Hopkinton, MA 01748

BOH Adopts Policy to Mitigate Risk

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The Hopkinton Board of Health, at its meeting of August 28, 2019, adopts the following policy, effective immediately:

Policy to Mitigate the Risk from Mosquito-Borne Illness

Lisa Soo Kane, 38

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Lisa Soo Kane, 38, of Framingham and formerly of Hopkinton, passed away Monday, August 26, 2019. Born in Seoul, South Korea, she was the daughter of Susan (Vachout) Kane of Westborough and the late Charles Kane.

Lisa was a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Natick. Besides her mother, she is survived by her brother, Jeffrey Kane and his wife, Katie Yahns of Sherrill, New York.

DCR Recreational Advisory: Cyanobacteria Bloom in Hopkinton Reservoir in Hopkinton

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WHAT: The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is warning the public of a cyanobacteria bloom present in the Upper Hopkinton Reservoir, including at the waterbody’s beach area, in Hopkinton State Park in the Town of Hopkinton. During a bloom it is strongly advised that the public should not have contact with the water. Additionally, pet owners should keep their animals away from the shoreline to prevent them from ingesting the water. The waterbody will be retested until cyanobacteria levels are within acceptable limits per Department of Public Health (DPH) regulations.

Video: Richard Cormier talks about becoming new Hopkinton HS Athletic Director

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Mendon resident, Richard Cormier is the new Athletic Director at Hopkinton High School. For the last 3 years he served as the Athletic Director at Foxboro High School and the 12 years before that as the Head Coach of Boys Basketball and a Teacher at Norwood.

Rich mentioned that the move will allow him to spend more time with his family. "The ability to be a little bit closer to home, run home and see my kids before a night game is definitely appealing on a personal level."

View more in the interview below.

Baypath Humane Society around Town: Local animal shelter participates in events around Hopkinton

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As we look forward to crisp autumn days, Baypath Humane Society is pleased to share that it will be participating in fun fall events across town. Look for the distinctive Baypath purple tent to hear about dogs and cats looking for new homes and to learn about volunteer opportunities in and out of the shelter.

Hopkinton Family Day
Hopkinton High School
2:00-6:00pm, Sat, Sept 14

Community Notice: Hopkinton Family Day Time Change Due to EEE Threat

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The Friends of Hopkinton voted at its meeting on Tuesday, August 28, 2019, to change the time of the Saturday, September 14, 2019 Family Day event to 2 PM to 6 PM. The Fireworks show has been cancelled. President Ann Click, stated “this is in response to the EEE outbreak. However, in the Hopkinton tradition, Hopkinton Family Day on September 14 is still going to be a wonderful family event”.

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