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Hopkinton Community Preservation Commission & “The EMC House Project”. John H Coolidge, Chairman Hopkinton CPC. Current Town Involvement Resident for 25 years Involved in Town Government 20 years Member of the Planning Board, Chairman

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hopkinton community preservation commission the emc house project

Hopkinton Community Preservation Commission& “The EMC House Project”

John H Coolidge, Chairman Hopkinton CPC

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Current Town Involvement

Resident for 25 years

Involved in Town Government 20 years

Member of the Planning Board, Chairman

Founder, Open Space Preservation Commission, Chairman

Community Preservation Commission, Chairman

Member 3 year Fiscal Planning Committee

Member Fruit Street Development Committee

Member Affordable Housing Task Force

population changes
Population changes
  • 1980 7,114
  • 1990 9,191
  • 2000 13,346
  • 2001 14,131
growth
Growth

Subdivisions Denied New Construction

approved Lots Lots Permits

1990 5 150 5 54

1991 3 120 38

1992 5 76 1 131

1993 2 25 166

1994 6 70 24 190

1995 3 64 31 161

1996 8 235 126 103

1997 4 95 100

1998 1 3 169

1999 2 20 2 190

2000 4 66 147

2001 2 16 48

2002 1 6 69

land use ownership public
Land Use/Ownership: Public
  • 23% is Public
  • 13% State Owned
  • 8% Town Owned
  • 2% Nonprofit Exempt
tax revenues
Tax Revenues
  • 81% Residential
  • 16% Commercial/Industrial
  • 2.5% Personal Property
  • Total Revenues = $ 28,844,877
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45% of Hopkinton’s population has moved into town since 1995
  • 17% have lived here for 22 years or more
  • 20% of the population is under the age of 10
  • School Enrollment has increased 110% from 1992 to 2002
planning for open space
Planning for Open Space
  • From 1989 to the present, conventional subdivisions produced:
    • 400 Housing Lots
    • 51 Acres of Open Space
    • .13 Acres of Open Space per lot
  • From 1990 to present, the more creative Open Space subdivisions produced:
    • 571 Housing Lots
    • 821 Acres of Open Space
    • 1.44 Acres of open space per lot
open space preservation commission
Open Space Preservation Commission
  • Enacted by Town Meeting 1997
  • Ratified By State through Home Rule Petition
  • Created OSPF, which sets aside $ for Land Preservation
  • $ are appropriated through Town Meeting
  • OSPC can negotiate and purchase w/Town Meeting approval Land for Passive Recreation
community preservation committee
Community Preservation Committee
  • Ratified by Town Meeting 2001
  • 2% of tax revenue toward Preservation
      • 1st $100K of property value exempt
    • 60% Open Space, 10% Active
    • 10% Historical
    • 10% Affordable Housing
    • 20% Discretionary
community preservation committee1
Community Preservation Committee
  • ATM 2002
  • $ 30,000 Reed Park for creation of soccer fields,
  • $ 60,000 to EMC House project
  • $75,000 Historical Commission, Barn preservation
  • $5,000 South Mill Street Dam, preservation .
    • Of the $378K received From FY ’02 tax revenues
community preservation committee2
Community Preservation Committee
  • 2002 Fall Town Meeting
      • $40,000 to EMC House project,
      • funds to cover CPA administration cost
  • $2m toward the Fruit street project
      • $200K per year for 10 years
      • 130 acres of open space including
      • 10 acres for active recreation (fields)
      • 12 acres for Affordable Housing (*)
community preservation committee3
Community Preservation Committee
  • ATM 2003, currently proposed
  • $ ???,000 Land Purchase, 30 acres adjacent to town owned land
  • $5,000 ComCom & Open Space Commissions, for Land Stewardship Preservation .
  • funds to cover administration cost
    • Of the $378K received From FY ’04 tax revenues
emc house project
EMC House Project
  • Total Volunteer team work
  • 100K appropriated from CPA
  • Current Budget 89K, committed
  • 45K billed to date