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Hudson to hold ‘Master Plan’ public kick-off meeting

Hudson – Residents are invited to share their thoughts on what the future of Hudson should be at a kick-off meeting to discuss the town’s “Master Plan”. The meeting will be held in the Town Hall Auditorium, 78 Main Street, Monday, June 11 at 7:00 p.m.

A Master Plan is a comprehensive long range plan intended to guide the growth and development of a community. It includes analysis, recommendations, and proposals for the community’s population, economy, and land use. By allowing the community to identify and prioritize what is important, the plan will describe the town’s vision for the future; as well provide guidance to accomplish that vision.

According to officials, this will be the first time the town has undertaken this process in 50 years. Questions discussed will include: what is important to Hudson as a community?

What types of development are desirable?  How and where should they occur?  What landmarks should be preserved?  What areas should be protected – for recreation or open space?  What should Hudson’s goals be in relation to public facilities, infrastructure, transportation, social services, public health or energy?

For more information on the Master Plan process, go to: http://www.townofhudson.org/Public_Documents/HudsonMA_BComm/masterplan, or look for the Master Plan Steering Committee under the Boards and Commissions page at www.townofhudson.org.

For more information contact: Jennifer Burke (978) 562-9963 or by email to: masterplan@townofhudson.org.

 

 

 

 

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