Hudson Blight Bylaw Committee seeks residents” input


Hudson large web iconHudson – The Hudson Blight Bylaw Committee is seeking residents” opinions about blight and its effect on the town through a survey. The Hudson Board of Selectmen appointed the 12-member committee to explore and determine if Hudson residents feel that there is a need for an Anti-Blight Bylaw in the Town of Hudson, and, if there is a need, to determine what areas should be addressed. In order to complete this task, the committee is asking residents to take a few minutes to complete a survey. All surveys will be confidential and anonymous. No personal information or email addresses will be collected.

The survey can be found at or it may be accessed through the town's website, Paper surveys are also available at the Town Clerk's Office, Board of Health, Building and Recreation departments, Senior Center, and library. Paper surveys can be mailed or dropped off at the Town Clerk's Office, Town Hall, 78 Main St., Hudson, MA 01749. Surveys must be completed by March 2 to be included in the compiled results.

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