Main Road Corridor Project – Weekly Update â¢ Because many children are able to get a COVID vaccine, these Massachusetts communities have the most vaccinated 5-11 year olds; Search for your community â¢ Hopkinton Town Hall Pfizer 5-11 Clinic â¢ Upper Charles Trail Committee meeting live on HCAM December 8th â¢ The school committee starts with the budget for FY23 with department inquiries â¢ Eversource Overtakes Dell EMC as City’s Top Taxpayer â¢ ConCom summary: Ash Street developer called for vegetation disruption â¢ DPW Director: City continues to look for solutions to the problem of pollutants in the water supply â¢ Planning Committee Approves Turkey Ridge Subdivision Plan â¢ Openings in several Hopkinton Boards & Committees (update) â¢ Did you know – the Board of Trustees of the Hopkinton Public Library â¢ Did you know – city presenter â¢ SELECT THE CALL OF THE BOARD AND ACTIONS DONE 11/16/21
Main Road Corridor Project – Weekly Update
What to expect in the week of November 22, 2021
- Installation of channel banks
- Start at EMH “BB” to EMH “AA”
- Work on Monday, November 22nd, will take place between Mayhew and Summer St. (near 90, 88 and 86 Main).
- Work on Tuesday, November 23rd, will take place between Mayhew and Summer St. (near 88, 86 and 84 Main).
- Mayhew Street is on 11/22 and 23.11. Closed from Main Street to Mt. Auburn St.
- The senior center is accessed from Mt. Auburn or Summer Street.
- Mayhew Street will reopen Wednesday, November 24th and Main Street will be cleaned up and secured for the Thanksgiving holiday.
- MassDOT Survey Crews will continue to locate the easements boundaries within the corridor
- Delivery of electrical materials
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Because many children are able to get a COVID vaccine, these Massachusetts communities have the most vaccinated 5-11 year olds; Find your community
No community has vaccinated young children better than Arlington, where 77% of 5-11 year olds have already received a dose. Both Southborough and Hopkinton have also given over two-thirds of their 5-11 year olds the first chance. A total of 14 municipalities vaccinated half of the children in this age group.
Hopkinton Town Hall Pfizer 5-11 Clinic
Who: All children aged 5-11 years.
When: Friday ~ November 19, 2021 ~ 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Town hall cellar, hospital room
18 main street, Hopkinton, MA 01748
To sign up for the vaccine, please use the link below.
Pfizer 5-11 Children’s Hospital
As soon as your child has received the first dose, you will be asked via the COLOR platform to book the second appointment, which will be offered on Tuesday, December 7th, 2021. Details following.
Upper Charles Trail Committee meeting live on HCAM on December 8th
The Hopkinton Upper Charles Trail Committee will hold a public meeting to update Hopkinton residents on the current status of the entire trail project, which is an 8 mile trail through Hopkinton stretching from Milford to Ashland. After a presentation by our committee chairman and VHB engineering offices, the participants are invited to ask questions.
This event will be broadcast live on HCAM-TV (Verizon Channel 30, Xfinity Channel 8) and on http://Youtube.com/hcamtv
The school committee starts with the budget for FY23 with inquiries from the department
The school committee at its meeting on Thursday evening heard budget proposals for fiscal year 2023, including proposals to address increasing needs for services for students with disabilities.
Karen Zaleski, Student Union Director and Child Search Coordinator, presented her preliminary Student Union for FY23 for $ 13,805,089. It reflects a 14 percent increase over the FY22 budget of $ 12,112,720, which includes an increase in salaries of $ 598,345 and total expenses of $ 1,094,024.
Eversource overtakes Dell EMC as the city’s top taxpayer
During the city’s tax classification hearing on Tuesday, the Select Board voted not to make any changes to the methods the city uses to assign tax rates, and the board was informed that there is a new # 1 taxpayer in the city .
“New growth was calculated to deliver $ 3.4 million in new tax revenue in the new year – and this was big news for us,” said Tim O’Leary, city’s chief financial officer. âThat is a lot more than we budgeted and planned. And it’s powered entirely by Eversource on Wilson Street and the Renewal [of the LNG plant].
ConCom summary: Ash Street developer called for vegetation disturbance
At its meeting on Tuesday evening, the Conservation Commission heard a case of unauthorized vegetation disturbance at a single-family home construction site at 178 Ash Street.
In 2018, the commission approved the project, which is located in a buffer zone on 5,830 square meters of land. Conservation administrator Kim Ciaramicoli said an extension had been granted this summer. She said that some vegetation had recently been removed from the site without a pre-construction meeting.
HALT calls for a pedestrian bridge
Commission continues to meet remotely
Several cases continued
Varrell withdraws from Lucas Engineering
DPW Director: City continues to look for solutions to the problem of pollutants in the water supply
Hopkinton is working on short- and long-term solutions to address the city’s water supply after tests showed higher than acceptable levels of contaminants, John Westerling, director of the Department of Public Works, told the Select Board at its meeting on Tuesday.
Westerling stated that the city received a notice of non-compliance on Nov. 9, as three-month tests showed Hopkinton’s water tested for PFAs (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) at over 20 parts per trillion.
Planning Committee Approves Turkey Ridge Subdivision Plan
The planning committee approved the final subdivision plan for Turkey Ridge Estates during its meeting on Monday evening after the developer announced some changes and the board added some conditions. The proposed final eight-lot subdivision, originally known as Deer Ridge Estates, will be on Cedar Street Extension and Lincoln Street.
hopkintonindependent.com/planning-board-approves-turkey-ridge-subdivision-plan Changes submitted by the builder included adjustments to the emergency road and rainwater management plan, as well as a warning sign for drivers of the new road to be built on the north side of the Cedar Street Extension. The project also includes an extension to Lincoln Street, which is on the border with Southborough.
Openings in several Hopkinton Boards & Committees
Updated 11/17/21: The following city councils and committees have one or more prospective positions to be filled. Please visit the city’s website at www.hopkintonma.gov for information on the roles of certain boards and committees. Interested residents must register using the online volunteer form below. apply Hopkinton City, MA: Boards. Have you never served on a board or committee? Look at Hopkintons Orientation manual for the board / committee to get a better idea of ââwhat to expect.
Did You Know – The Board of Trustees of the Hopkinton Public Library?
The Hopkinton Public Library Board of Trustees is an elected board of five who are responsible for overseeing the library for the good of the community. Working closely with the library director, members are responsible for establishing library policies and plans, setting the final budget, and conducting public relations. The members are elected for a three-year term.
Did you know – city presenter
The city moderator is the chairman of the city assembly, regulates its procedure and performs all other tasks that are provided for by the general law, the statutes, the statutes or other votes of the city assembly. The city moderator is elected for a term of three (3) years.
Board Summary Select: Children Flock To Get COVID Vaccines; Work on the main road extended
Hopkinton Health Director Shaun McAuliffe told the Select Board Tuesday night that local children have come in large numbers for their COVID-19 vaccines.
McAuliffe told the board that his department vaccinated 49 children just before attending the meeting.
Work on the main road continues
In his update on the Main Street Corridor Project, Town Manager Norman Khumalo said that contractor AF Amorello had been granted an extension to continue work until late into the fall season.
The board can appoint a city moderator
Khumalo confirmed the Select Board may appoint a temporary city moderator after Tom Garabedian submitted his resignation earlier this month. The board of directors can also appoint persons to replace retired members of the cemetery commission and the library board of trustees.