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Article #Article CategoryArticle TitleArticle SponsorRequired Board Vote?Board of Selectmen VoteDate of BoS VoteTown Meeting Floor VoteDay of Town MeetingNote 1Note 2Note 3Note 4Note 52015 Implementation Action Plan StatusImplementation Note #1Implementation Note #2
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1ReportsAcceptance of Town ReportsTown ManagerUnanimousMay 4thAMENDMENT: by Mr. Mezzitt to take Article 30 out of order and place after Article 10. Roll Call: 153-113, FAILED.COMPLETECOMPLETE
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2Financial FY15FY2015 Supplement AppropriationsTown ManagerUnanimousMay 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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3Financial FY15FY2015 Budget TransfersTown ManagerUnanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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4Financial FY15Tercentennial FundsTown ManagerUnanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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5Financial FY15Unpaid Bills from Previous Fiscal YearsTown ManagerUnanimousMay 5thAMENDMENT: by Appropriations Committee to "move that the Town be authorized to utilize funds from the FY2015 Operating Budget, Line Item 422-Highway Expense Accounts, the sum of $3,427.60 (THREE THOUSAND, FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN DOLLARS AND SIXTY CENTS) to pay the following unpaid bills from prior fiscal years:

Pete’s Tire Barns, $396.00
Stuart Dean Co., Inc., $850.00
Wex Bank, $251.86
Wex Bank, $760.64
Wex Bank, $858.30
Zee Medical, $128.85
Zee Medical, $181.95

and to utilize funds from the FY2015 Operating Budget, Line Item 152-Human Resources, the sum of $1,620.00 (ONE THOUSAND, SIX HUNDRED TWENTY DOLLARS) to pay the following unpaid bill from a prior fiscal year:

Cook and Company, $1,620.00 ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.
COMPLETECOMPLETE
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6Financial FY16Property Tax Exemption IncreaseBoard of AssessorsUnanimousMay 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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7Financial FY16Set the Salary of Elected OfficialsPersonnel CommitteeUnanimousMay 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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8Financial FY16FY 2016 Operating BudgetTown ManagerYesYes (Support 5-0)May 5thUnanimousMay 5th"AMENDMENT: By Appropriation Committee for Increasing the amount transferred to the General Fund by $60,000 to $67,030,904.34.

Increasing the total FY2016 omnibus budget by $60,000 to $72,448,886.06.

Increasing line item 422 by $60,000 to $1,452,950, with such sum to be allocated for Lake Maspenock Weed Control.

Move to amend the above amendment by adding, after “Weed Control,” the following: “to be expended under the supervision of the Board of Selectmen.” VOTE: UNANIMOUS.


AMENDMENT: by Ms. Whittemore to move to amend the previous amendment by adding, after “Weed Control,” the following: “provided, however, that the Department of Public Works shall develop a comprehensive weed prevention and control plan for Lake Maspenock without the use of herbicides; and provided further that this sum is to be spent under the control of the DPW with input from a citizens committee.” Roll Call: 150-90. PASSED.
AMENDMENT: by Ms. Claire Wright to pay increase the budget by $5, to pay unpaid bills for the Fiscal year 2014. MOTION: By Mr. Weismantel to postpone further debate on Article 8 until the next adjourned day. ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS. AMENDMENT: by Mr. Wesimantel to "Move to amend the Article 8 motion by:

Reducing the amount appropriated to Line Item 123 – Town Manager by $60,000 to $308,317.

Reducing the amount appropriated to Total General Government by $60,000 to $3,592,778.

Reducing the amount appropriated to the General fund by $60,000 to $66,970,904.34.

Reducing the total amount appropriated by $60,000 to $72,388,886.06.

Reducing the amount transferred from local receipts, intergovernmental revenue and tax levy by $60,000 to $66,894,571.34.

Reducing the amount transferred to the General Fund by $60,000 to $66,970,904.34.

Reducing the total FY2016 omnibus budget by $60,000 to $72,388,886.06.
ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.
In Action...
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9Financial FY16FY 2016 Revolving FundsTown ManagerYes5-0 (Support)April 28th UnanimousMay 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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10Financial FY16Chapter 90 Highway FundsTown ManagerUnanimousMay 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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11Financial FY16Transfer to General Stabilization FundTown ManagerUnanimousMay 4th
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12Financial FY16Other Post Employment Benefits Liability Trust FundTown Manager3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 4th
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13Financial FY16Local Hotel Tax AmendmentTown Manager & Board of SelectmenYes3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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14Capital Expenses and ProjectsPay As You Go Capital ExpensesTown Manager Yes3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 4th
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15Capital Expenses and ProjectsDepartment of Public Works FacilityPermanent Building Committee & Board of SelectmenYes3-0 (Support)4/17/2015Clear MajorityMay 5thIn Action...DPW continues to work with the Permanent Building Committee
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16Capital Expenses and ProjectsFire Truck ReplacementTown Manager & Fire Chief3-0 (Support)4/17/2015Clear MajorityMay 5th
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17Capital Expenses and ProjectsPurchase of Dump TruckTown Manager & Department of Public Works3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 5th
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18Capital Expenses and ProjectsPurchase of Water Utility VehicleTown Manager & Department of Public WorksYes3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 5th
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19Capital Expenses and ProjectsWater Main Replacement - Cedar StreetTown Manager & Department of Public WorksYes3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 5th
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20Capital Expenses and ProjectsFruit Street Facility Engineering - Well BlendingTown Manager & Department of Public WorksYes3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 5th
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21Capital Expenses and ProjectsGrove Street Water Tank Replacement - EngineeringTown Manager & Department of Public WorksYes3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 5th
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22Capital Expenses and ProjectsFruit Street Auxiliary Facility - ConstructionParks & Recreation CommissionUnanimousMay 5th
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23Capital Expenses and ProjectsJoint Information TechnologySchool Committee & Town Manager3-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 5th
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24Capital Expenses and ProjectsSchool Safety & SecuritySchool CommitteeUnanimousMay 5th
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25Capital Expenses and ProjectsJoint Safety & Security UpgradesTown Manager & School CommitteeUnanimousMay 5thAMENDMENT: By Mr. Jon Graziano "I move that the Town vote to appropriate $103,471 (ONE HUNDRED THREE THOUSAND, FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY-ONE DOLLARS) to upgrade security at School facilities; to authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to borrow said sum in accordance with Chapter 44, Section 7(9), of the Massachusetts General Laws, or any other enabling authority; said sum to be spent under the direction of the School Committee.

Vote Needed: Two-Thirds Majority
ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.
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26Capital Expenses and ProjectsFire Alarm Upgrades - Middle SchoolSchool CommitteeUnanimousMay 5th
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27Capital Expenses and ProjectsRoof Repairs - Hopkins & High SchoolsSchool CommitteePASSED, 144-62May 5thAMENDMENT: by Mr. Bogigian to "provided, however, that the Board of Selectmen and School Committee be instructed to pursue all reasonably available legal remedies to recover such costs. ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.AMENDMENT TO THE AMENDMENT: by Mr. Davies to insert the language after the word legal: "and other remedies, including claims" ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.
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28Capital Expenses and ProjectsResurfacing Basketball & Tennis CourtsSchool CommitteeUnanimousMay 5th
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29Community Preservation FundsCommunity Preservation RecommendationsCommunity Preservation Committee3-0 (Support Items B, C, D, F, G, H, L) Pending Approval from Town Counsel on two CPC projects re: whether CPC funds can be used for demolition and signage4/17/2015MOTION #1 (CPC Suite): Clear Majority & MOTION #2 (Fruit St Facility): ROLL CALL: Clear Majority.May 5th/May 6thTECHNICAL AMENDMENT #1: by Mr. Goldman to insert in section (c) the language after spent under the direction of "the Hopkinton Area Land Trust,": ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUSTECHNICAL AMENDMENT #2: by Mr. Goldman to insert in section (c) the language after spent under the direction of "the Hopkinton Area Land Trust,": ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUSAMENDMENT: Ms. Arnaut moved to strike sections F, G, K. ROLL CALL: FAILED.AMENDMENT: by Mr. Flannery to strike section C. ROLL CALL: FAILEDAMENDMENT: Mr. Zettek moves to delete "access to" and insert the language "and parking for an athletic field(s)" ROLL CALL: PASSED.
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30Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsAmend Open Space Mixed Use Overlay District to replace 200,000 sq ft of commercial with 180 age restricted unitsPlanning BoardROLL CALL: 157-82. FAILED. RECOUNT: 166-82. PASSED. SECOND RECOUNT: 171-85. PASSED.May 6thAMENDMENT: by Mr. Lowell in Section 6 to replace "940" Units with "840" and replace "180" with "280" ROLL CALL: FAILEDMOTION: To end debate and move the question. ROLL CALL: 145-81. FAILED (REQUIRED TWO-THIRDS)COMPLETECOMPLETE
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31Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsAdjust boundary line between Downtown Business District & Residence A District off B StreetPlanning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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32Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsAmend Industrial B District to allow indoor recreation uses by right, and to adopt a definition of indoor recreation uses Planning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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33Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsHousekeeping article to move definition of Lots in Two or More Residential DistrictsPlanning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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34Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsAmend Downtown Business District to allow parking between principal buildings and the street by special permitPlanning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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35Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsAmend Open Space and Landscape Preservation DevelopmentPlanning BoardClear MajorityMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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36Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsAmend site plan review bylaw pertaining to site lightingPlanning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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37Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsHousekeeping article on modifying Design Review Board BylawPlanning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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38Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsSign bylaw amendmentsPlanning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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39Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsHousekeeping article to consolidate and coordinate special permit languagePlanning BoardUnanimousMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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40Zoning Bylaw AmendmentsAdjust boundary line between Residence Lake Front District & Rural Business District Hayward StreetProperty Owner Petition, William C. TetlowROLL CALL: 123-35. PASSED.May 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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41General Bylaw AmendmentsTax Collector Tax AuthorityTown ManagerUnanimous (Consent Agenda)May 6th
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42General Bylaw AmendmentsSecondhand Dealer BylawPolice Chief4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Clear Majority FAILED.May 6th
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43Land Aquisitions & DispositionsAcquisition of Property at 135 Hayden Rowe StreetBoard of Selectmen & Town ManagerYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Clear MajorityMay 6thAMENDMENT: by Mr. Foster to insert "in the deed dated April 24, 2006 and recorded in the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 47415, Page 440" ROLL CALL: PASSED UNANIMOUS. AMENDMENT: by Mr. Cirello to insert the language "and provided further that this vote shall be subject to the Board of Selectmen obtaining a satisfactory appraisal" ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.COMPLETECOMPLETE
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44Land Aquisitions & DispositionsAcquisition of Property at 147 Hayden Rowe StreetBoard of Selectmen & Town ManagerYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Clear MajorityMay 6thAMENDMENT: by Mr. Cirello to insert the language "and provided further that this vote shall be subject to the Board of Selectmen obtaining a satisfactory appraisal" ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.AMENDMENT: by Mr Foster to insert "in (a) a deed dated February 9, 1998 and recorded in the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 28176, Page 130; and (b) a deed dated February 10, 2010 and recorded in the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 54288, Page 137; and (c) a deed dated January 3, 1997 and recorded in the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 26963, Page 465; but excluding a 5.58 acre portion of land granted in a deed recorded in Book 56022, Page 507" ROLL CALL: CLEAR MAJORITY.COMPLETECOMPLETE
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45Land Aquisitions & DispositionsGift of Easement - 85 West Main StreetPlanning BoardYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Unanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4th
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46Land Aquisitions & DispositionsAcquisition of Easement - 91 West Main StreetPlanning BoardYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Unanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4th
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47Land Aquisitions & DispositionsAcquisition of Property at 15 Claflin Avenue Board of Selectmen & Cemetery CommissionYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Clear MajorityMay 6thMOTION to continue past 11:00PM. ROLL CALL: CLEAR MAJORITY. AMENDMENT: by Selectmen "and provided further that this vote shall be subject to the Board of Selectmen obtaining a satisfactory appraisal." ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.COMPLETECOMPLETE
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48Land Aquisitions & DispositionsAcquisition of Property at 102 Fruit StreetBoard of Selectmen & Town ManagerYesTBDMay 4thClear MajorityMay 6thAMENDMENT: by Ms. Kramer to insert "and provided further that this vote shall be subject to the Board of Selectmen obtaining a satisfactory appraisal." ROLL CALL: UNANIMOUS.COMPLETECOMPLETE
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49Land Aquisitions & DispositionsGrant of Utility Easements - 98 Hayden RoweBoard of Selectmen & Town ManagerYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Unanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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50Land Aquisitions & DispositionsGift of Land – Legacy Farms Athletic FieldPlanning BoardYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 6th
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51Land Aquisitions & DispositionsGift of Easement – Legacy Farms Municipal ParcelPlanning BoardYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015UnanimousMay 6th
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52Land Aquisitions & DispositionsGift of Property - 123 East Main Street - "Toll House" Historic SiteBoard of SelectmenYes3-2 (Support)May 4th UnanimousMay 6th
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53Land Aquisitions & DispositionsGift of Easement at 287 Hayden Rowe StreetBoard of SelectmenYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Unanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4th
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54Land Aquisitions & DispositionsStreet AcceptancesBoard of Selectmen & Planning BoardYes4-0 (Support)4/17/2015Unanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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55AdministrativeAshland-Hopkinton Fire & Emergency Services DistrictBoard of Selectmen & Fire ChiefYes4-0 (Support to take No Action at Town Meeting)4/17/2015Unanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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56AdministrativeFruit Street Conceptual Master PlanPlanning BoardClear MajorityMay 6thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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57AdministrativeTrustees of the School Trust Fund in the Town of HopkintonTrustees of the School FundUnanimous (Consent Agenda)May 4thCOMPLETECOMPLETE
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