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Corona Virus Updates in Hopkinton

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-COVID-19 Updates & Precautions January 14, 2021 update Read Here!

Sweeping Economic Development Bill Authorizing $627 Million for COVID-19 Recovery Signed into Law

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Prioritizes small business relief, support for workers, and housing development

On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, the Massachusetts Legislature passed $627 million in funding for a sweeping economic recovery and development bill which will provide much-needed support to businesses, investments in infrastructure, and creation of new jobs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill was signed into law on January 14, 2021.

Community Notice: Town of Hopkinton 2021 Election Information

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Voters of Hopkinton,

Below you will find the election schedule for calendar year 2021 as well as information about elected positions that will be open this year and how to get onto the ballot in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. I encourage everyone who may be interested to contact us with questions, we are always happy to assist and encourage those seeking more information when considering serving their community in such a manner. Thank you for all of those considering serving the and those continuing to serve through this difficult year.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions January 14, 2021 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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Main Street Corridor Project Update

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HOPKINTON, MA (January 8, 2021) - The Pre-Construction meeting for the Main Street Corridor Project was held on Thursday, January 7. In attendance were representatives from town departments, MassDOT, contractor A.F. Amorello & Sons, Inc., public outreach firm City Point Partners, Town Engineering Consultant VHB, and utility companies.

Watch Now: Hopkinton Police Department talk about happenings at HPD

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Hopkinton Police Chief, Joseph Bennett along with Sergeant, Matthew McNeil and Lieutenant, John Porter joined us to talk about some of the latest happenings at the Police Department. Topics included traffic mitigation, traffic laws and School Resource Officers.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions January 7, 2021 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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Hopkinton Public Library Announces Temporary Building Closure as of 4pm January 7th

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Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases in Hopkinton and regionally, the Hopkinton Public Library building will be closing to the public as of 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 7. Library services will be available on a remote/curbside-only basis as of Friday, January 8. The building will remain closed to the public until at least Friday, January 22.

Walk-in hours before the building closes will be:

10 am-12:30 pm on Wednesday, January 6

1 pm-4 pm on Thursday, January 7

The library's curbside/remote service hours will continue to be:

Legislature Passes Landmark Climate Change Bill

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The Massachusetts Legislature today passed breakthrough climate legislation that overhauls the state’s climate laws, drives down greenhouse gas emissions, creates clean energy jobs, and protects environmental justice communities.

Acceler-8 I-90 Bridge Replacements Project January 2021 Update

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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will replace bridges on I-90 east and westbound over Flanders Road in Westborough and Parkerville Road, Cordaville Road, and Woodland Road in Southborough. The replacement of the eight bridges (2 spans per bridge) will take place over eight weekends in summer 2021.

The contractor and its subcontractors began preliminary work to prepare for major construction on December 2. Throughout the month of December, the project team completed the following work:

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