02 / 04 / 2020
  - 12:28:14 PM
Hopkinton Residents Approve Ballot Questions

By MyFM's Rick Michaels - Residents of Hopkinton easily approved three-debt exclusion ballot questions at the polls yesterday, authorizing the town to borrow the money it needs, to pay for additional classrooms at Hopkinton High School, along with the Elmwood and Hopkins Schools. About 950-residents cast their votes during the Special Town Election yesterday less than 10 percent of registered voters in the town with each question passing by about a 3-1 margin, after being approved by a two-thirds majority at a December Special Town Meeting. The $9.5 million cost of the projects, is exempted from the limits of proposition 2 ½  allowing the town to spend the additional money needed to build six new classrooms at the high school, at a cost of $4.5 million and also install four-modular classrooms each for the Elmwood and Hopkins Schools, at a total cost of $4 million. An unexpected spike in enrollment of students in Hopkinton led to the need for more space for the kids.

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