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Another article that passed Article 14, which will raise and appropriate $20,000 to support the Hometown Heroes Banner project.
As of the November Special Town Meeting on Nov. 20, there will be a new wetlands protection bylaw on the books for Hudson.
The Hudson Select Board voted Oct. 30 to approve and adopt the stormwater rules and regulations for the town.
The proposed dog park in Hudson now has a determined location after the Park Commission voted on Nov. 8 that the park will be built at Sauta Fields.
Several local communities have recently received grants through the state’s Community One Stop for Growth program.
Repair of the Hudson Fire Station bell tower roof and main roof commenced on Oct. 30 and will take months to complete.
The Conservation Commission hosted an information session on Oct. 25 about the proposed Wetlands Protection Bylaw.
The Hudson Police Department recently received its accreditation from the state, the Hudson Select Board learned at its Oct. 16 meeting.
The Planning Board approved an application from Intel Massachusetts Inc. for a definitive subdivision plan at 75 Reed Road.
Hudson Director of Planning and Community Development Kristina Johnson outlined four zoning bylaw articles that will be on the warrant.
Native Sun Wellness recently requested to be granted a special permit to operate its business between the hours of 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Hudson residents learned on Sept. 19 how to get stormwater credits of either 20% or 40% off of their stormwater bills at a meeting.
The city of Marlborough and town of Hudson will co-sponsor a household hazardous waste collection day on Saturday, Oct. 7
Ground was broken on a project that will turn the former police station at 62 Packard St. into an affordable housing project.
Big changes could be ahead for the systems that manage Hudson’s financial and human resources departments.
Town Meeting approved the Hudson DPW project in May, and on Sept. 11, the Select Board approved a contract with Helene Karl Architects.
Brian Reagan may be stepping into the role of Hudson superintendent of schools, but it is not the first time he has served the community.
Proposed changes to the town’s tobacco regulations are moving forward after they were approved by the Board of Health on Sept. 12.
Several Hudson businesses voiced their concerns about the proposed changes to the regulations regarding the sale of tobacco products.