Advocate for the interests of property owners around the I-495/90 interchange.
ESTABLISHED IN 2020
Safeguard our water quality
Construction activity around the I495-90 interchange has the potential to threaten the integrity of our community's wells. With no fewer than six subcontractors taking part in the project between 2022-2027, ground water contamination is a real risk.
Reduce road noise impacts
With an average of 75,000 vehicles transiting the I-495/90 interchange every day, area property owners would benefit from noise mitigation infrastructure along the approaches to and exits from the interchange.
Improve road safety
Fruit Street is a dangerous but vital through route for area commuters. Its bridge over I-495 is slated for replacement as part of the interchange improvement project. This bridge provides local emergency responders critical access to more than 100 homes around the I-495/90 interchange.
Wilson is a Co-Founder of Hopkinton North Woods Coalition. He is an Army veteran and financial services professional based in Boston. Wilson has been a resident of Huckleberry Road since 2013.
Mary is a Co-Founder of Hopkinton North Woods Coalition. She has a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from George Mason University. Mary has been a resident of Huckleberry Road since 2004.
Ron is a Co-Founder of Hopkinton North Woods Coalition. He is the Graduate Program Director of Medicinal Chemistry at Massachusetts College of Health Sciences. Ron has been a resident of Huckleberry Road since 2016.
Kathy holds a BS degree from UMass-Dartmouth in Civil Engineering and has worked in the Land Development & Environmental Permitting field for over 35 years. She has been a resident of Roosevelt Farms for over 20 years.