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What are you Cooking?..On the Hopkinton Hangout Hour Monday, April 6th!

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HCAM's "Hopkinton Hangout Hour" returns Monday April 6th at 2pm and in the first segment we talk what people are cooking and we want to know what you are cooking! In the 2nd segment, Heather Backman of the Hopkinton Public Library joins us to discuss the Library and some great books to read.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions April 3, 2020 PM update

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Previous updates and additional information and resources can be found

here: www.hopkintonma.gov/covid-19

While Town Hall and municipal buildings are physically closed to the public, we are open for
business. Many transactions can be completed online, and we are available via phone and
email to assist during regular business hours. A full Town Directory can be found here. Parks,
Playgrounds and Playing Fields are closed.

Massachusetts Legislature Passes Bill to Provide Immediate Relief to Municipalities and Others During the Ongoing COVID-19 Crisis

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Today, the House and Senate passed a bill to provide necessary relief to municipalities, taxpayers, restaurants, and state authorities impacted by the COVID-19 crisis and State of Emergency declaration.

The bipartisan legislation extends the state income tax filing deadline for residents; addresses disruptions in municipal tax collections and permitting; and allows licensed restaurants to sell certain alcoholic beverages with food take-out and delivery orders, among other provisions.

Senate Passes Bill to Improve Access and Efficacy of Unemployment Insurance

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The Massachusetts State Senate on Thursday passed legislation that will provide additional Unemployment Insurance (UI) relief to low-income families, non-profit institutions and employers.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions April 1, 2020 PM update

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Previous updates and additional information and resources can be found here: www.hopkintonma.gov/covid-19

All town buildings are closed to the public; although we are “open” for business. Parks, Playgrounds and Playing Fields are closed.

Video: Hopkinton Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Online Webinar

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The Town of Hopkinton recently conducted a public listening session online, soliciting input from the public about the Town's climate resiliency with respect to the efforts undertaken as part of the Commonwealth's Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness program. This online webinar was recorded and published on HCAM's YouTube page. The video can be accessed directly at the following link: https://youtu.be/rdItll5NLco

Massachusetts Building Trades Council votes unanimously to call for a statewide suspension of all regular activity at construction sites in Massachusetts

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MALDEN, MA – Today, the Executive Board of the 75,000 member Massachusetts Building Trades Council voted unanimously to call on Massachusetts Governor Charles Baker to declare a statewide suspension of all regular activity at construction sites in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts beginning Friday April 3rd and continuing through April 30th.

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions March 31, 2020 AM update

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Previous updates and additional resources can be found here: www.hopkintonma.gov/covid-19

All town buildings are closed to the public; although we are “open” for business. Parks, Playgrounds and Playing Fields are closed.

Hopkinton has created a new Covid-19 Community Impact Dashboard to illustrate closings and general tracking numbers which include the ability to see trendlines over time. Link to dashboard: https://arcg.is/PyP0S

Middlesex Sheriff’s Office COVID-19 Response – Update #11

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BILLERICA, Mass. – The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office today received the results of a COVID-19 test performed on a sentenced inmate whose roommate tested positive on Friday. Though the second individual was not displaying any symptoms, he was placed in medical isolation in the Health Services Unit (HSU) and tested as a precaution at the recommendation of an external infectious disease specialist. Results returned today indicated the individual was also positive.

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