By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Hopkinton Select Board will be given updates tonight on the Fiscal 2020 and 2021 budgets, while also reviewing the warrant for next months’ scheduled Annual Town Meeting. Select Board members
will review and take positions on articles and finalize ballot questions…while the Board will also consider postponing the Annual Town Meeting, now set for June 22 to a date in September. The Board of Health will provide the Select Board tonight with an update on the town's response to COVID-19 and the Parks and Recreation Commission will update the town regarding summer programs. The Main Street Corridor Project, with the order of taking formally registered with the Registry of Deeds, the board will review the notice of taking documents, set to be mailed out this week. Meanwhile the final environmental impact report for the MassPike/Route 495 Interchange Improvements Project has been sent to the Board for review and another item on the agenda tonight deals with a parade application from the Hopkinton Superintendent of Schools for a rolling parade of cars to celebrate the 2020 graduating seniors, which if approved would take place Saturday afternoon May 30th at 1pm.