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Norman Khumalo

Downtown parking plans progress slowly

Downtown parking plans progress slowly

As the town grows, parking spaces downtown have become more scarce. Plans are in the works to ease the parking crunch, but it will take time, Town Manager Norman Khumalo said. In May, Town Meeting voters approved the town’s purchase of 6 Walcott St. with 32 spaces...

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Downtown debate continues

Downtown debate continues

Frustrated abutters plead to Select Board Frustrated residents and business owners got their chance to state their case against the Downtown Corridor Project at the Select Board’s Sept. 24 meeting, but the board made it clear the project will not be abandoned. “This...

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Downtown parking plans progress slowly

Costs increase for Main Street corridor project

Included in the town manager’s report portion of the May 28 Select Board meeting was the news that the cost of the Main Street corridor project had gone up. Since the submittal of the 75 percent design plan to MassDOT in March, the increase in cost is estimated at $1...

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Operating budget passes as underride vote nears

Operating budget passes as underride vote nears

A total of 24 articles were voted on the first night of Hopkinton’s 2019 Annual Town Meeting on May 6 at the Hopkinton Middle School auditorium, some with little or no discussion, and others that brought several residents to the microphone with comments both for and...

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In long run, Hopkinton gets financial boost

In long run, Hopkinton gets financial boost

Town benefits from BAA contributions, donation of bibs for charity The Boston Athletic Association, through the generous support of principal sponsor John Hancock, makes financial contributions each year to Hopkinton and all of the communities along the route of the...

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Downtown parking plans progress slowly

Selectmen discuss possible underride

Discussion and review of the Fiscal Year 2020 budget continued at the March 5 Board of Selectmen’s meeting, with Town Manager Norman Khumalo bringing the board up to date with changes made since the original budget presentation to the board on Jan. 29. “In the weeks...

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