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Candidate Statement: Frank D'Urso

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Hello neighbors,

I'm Frank D'Urso and I'm running for School Committee.

I'm a Quality Assurance Engineer with 25+ years of high-tech experience. I have a Master of Management degree from Cambridge College, my undergraduate degree is from Northeastern University.

You might remember me from the effort to defeat the school district plan and the Fruit Street elementary school project. I was outspoken in opposition to those plans, and thankfully most of the town felt the same way and we prevailed, but not without a lot of hard work and many volunteers working together.

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Highlights from Talent Show at Hopkins School

On Friday, May 4, 2012, students at Hopkins School held a Talent Show in honor of Allison Lundy, a 5th grade student who lost her battle with brain cancer earlier this year. Watch the HCAM News video for highlights of the event which not only paid tribute to Lundy, but also raised money for pediatric brain cancer research at Dana Farber.

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Scoreboard and Sports Swap from the Hopkinton Boosters

At the next home game for Hillers Varsity Baseball on Monday, May 14 at 4:30PM, the new scoreboard at Field 2 will be up and in use. It's state of the art and made possible by the Hopkinton Boosters.

After almost two years of research and planning to determine the best solution, the Boosters went the extra mile and purchased a solar powered scoreboard which will eliminate any electrical wiring cots and is virtually maintenance free once installed..

The scoreboard was installed on Thursday, May 10th by Scoreboard Enterprises.

Resident Urges Voters to Re-elect Jean Bertschmann to Keep School District on Upward Track

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As we all well know, Hopkinton schools have been on an upward trajectory for several years now in its pursuit of excellence and continuous improvement in all areas. It is no coincidence, for instance, that Hopkinton High School was recently ranked by Newsweek magazine as 95th in the country and second in the state behind Boston Latin Academy.

And this just in – even more exciting news: The high school was named number three in the state and awarded a gold medal for outstanding accomplishments by U.S. News and World Report.

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Spring Arts Festival Highlights

In 2011, the Cultural Arts Alliance, Enter Stage Left Theater, and the Hopkinton Community Endowment partnered together to form a new organization, the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA). And in order to celebrate it's one year anniversary, the HCA hosted a Spring Arts Festival on May 5th. Money raised from the event goes toward funding the HCA restoration and expansion project.

The Arts Festival provided an opportunity for over 60 vendors from across New England to showcase and sell their work to members of the community.

Town Hall Phase I Building Envelope Repair - Construction Update

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Update on Town Hall renovations from Town Engineer Dave Daltorio:

Water Infrastructure Finance Commission Report Finds Estimated $21.4 Billion Funding Gap for State Water Infrastructure

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A commission charged with studying the current state of Massachusetts’s water and wastewater infrastructure systems and financing released its final report on May 9th following two years of work and numerous public hearings and meetings.

Norton Falls In Baseball And Softball

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The Varsity Baseball team improved to 9-3 (9-3 TVL) with a 10-2 win at home over Norton on Wednesday, May 9. Sophomore lefty Nick Burns picked up his third win of the season, striking out 12 and allowing 0 earned runs in 6 strong innings of work. Senior Jason Cardillo threw a 1-2-3 7th to finish the game off. Hopkinton broke the game open early, striking for 3 runs in the first inning and 4 more in the second. Senior first baseman Tim Moberg hit a 2-run home run in the first inning to give Hopkinton a lead they would not relinquish.

2012 Annual Town Meeting: Night 3 Recap

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The third night of Hopkinton’s 2012 Annual Town Meeting took a little longer to get started, as there was a short wait for a quorum. Beginning with Article 41, the meeting once again lasted until 11PM at which time the final article was voted and the meeting was adjourned until the day of the Annual Town Election on Monday, May 21, 2012.

The third night of Town Meeting dealt primarily with general bylaw and zoning bylaw amendments and administrative matters.

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Town Meeting Video Highlights: Night 1 and 2

Didn't make it to Town Meeting this year? Watch the HCAM News video highlights of the first two nights for a quick synopsis of some of the articles that generated the most discussion from the first two nights of the meeting. Also included is the tribute to Dr. John Duffy at the beginning of the second night. Stay tuned for highlights from the third night on our Friday night broadcast at 6 and 10PM.

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