Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Updates • COVID-19 update and notes •• New Health Department Vaccine Clinic Calendar • Hopkinton Hai was the first state to withdraw mask obligations. Now it’s back • Massachusetts residents were encouraged to plan ahead of time to shut down their 3G cellular networks. •• Planning Committee Votes for Foxhollow Developers to Eliminate Stone Walls
Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Updates
What to expect in the week from December 27, 2021 to December 31, 2021
- Shutdown – No construction work
- Delivery of electrical materials
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Related: Live construction video feeds are available for the Main Street Corridor Project. Before leaving your home or office, check where your crew is working, traffic conditions and weather conditions.
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COVID-19 update and notes
Hopkinton continues to see a growing number of positive cases, with over 100 new active cases reported within the last 48 hours.
For the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic began, Hopkinton has more than 225 active cases. Sadly, this trend is not unique to Hopkinton. Cases are skyrocketing in Metro West, Massachusetts, and across the country.
The latest updates are:
- Hopkinton moves to a remote-only public meeting
- Mask recommendations for vaccinated and non-vaccinated residents
Hopkinton Hai was the first state to withdraw mask obligations.Now it’s back
Hopkinton High School, Massachusetts’ first public school where students can abandon masks, has reversed its position as cases of COVID-19 increase.
Last Thursday, the Hopkinton School Commission cast 3-2 votes to revive school-required mask wear. Members Nancy Kabanau, Leah Battle Rafati and Amanda Fargiano supported the move, while Joe Marquee and Meg Tyler opposed it.
Massachusetts residents were encouraged to plan ahead of time to shut down their 3G cellular networks.
Hopkinton wants to make sure that residents are aware of the planned phase-out of the FCC for 3G cellular networks.
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Hopkinton Fire Department shares holiday fire safety tips to decorate this season
Chief William Miller and the Hopkinton Fire Department want to provide community members with important fire protection tips to decorate this holiday season.
According to the NFPA, nearly one-fifth of Christmas tree fires were initiated by decorative lights. To prevent the trees from burning, the Hopkinton Fire Department offers the following tips:
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Planning Committee Votes for Foxhollow Developers to Eliminate Stone Walls
At a meeting of the Planning Committee on Monday, the Commission sub-to the extent of the right to eliminate plans to eliminate plans to rebuild a 400-foot stone wall behind three houses of Fox Hollow Road Development away from Ike-dori. The division developers unanimously voted.
Planning Chairman Gary Tröndel said he was more interested in the procedure than anything else.
Board discusses design criteria
Following Foxhollow’s public meeting, the Board discussed suggesting affordable housing to the Community Protection Commission and considering possible changes to parcel design criteria.