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Postcards have been sent to the first group of properties part of Hudson's mandatory meter replacement project.
Brigham Street will be closed from Tuesday, Aug. 22, until further notice due to culvert work.
The town of Hudson is seeking feedback on land protection, needed recreation and how recreation and conservation areas could be improved.
Hudson was awarded a $7,196 grant from its property and casualty insurance provider, Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA).
The Select Board voted on July 31 to approve a contract to provide management services for the new Hudson DPW facility project.
Fifteen homeless and migrant families – including over 40 adults and children – arrived in Hudson on Aug. 10.
The Main Street bridge project in Hudson is progressing. The town notified that paving will begin on Aug. 11 from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Select Board has voted to accept the resignation of member Shawn Sadowski after he posted on Facebook that he was resigning.
The MWRTA began offering its Catch Connect service in Marlborough and Hudson in June 2022, but only on Saturdays.
Plans are in the works for the Hudson transfer station to be relocated and expanded to better serve the community.
The board also approved the contract for Barrett Planning Group to do an update on the Housing Production Plan for Hudson.
In communities like Bolton and Marlborough, there are banners hung on light poles to honor the veterans who have fought for their country. Hudson, however, has yet to join their ranks in hanging banners.
Bryan Johannes has served as chief since July 2019, but he has been a part of the department since 1988 serving as a call firefighter.
At his last meeting with the Select Board on June 26, Town Counsel Aldo Cipriano was recognized by board members.
The Select Board approved an official flag policy for the poles near Town Hall as well as on town property at its June 26 meeting.
The town of Hudson was awarded a MassTrails Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation at a ceremony in Billerica on June 28.
A frame containing the portraits of several men from the Eureka Engine Company No. 1 circa 1886 was restored after sustaining water damage.
Hudson residents shared what open space resources they enjoyed and what could be improved during an open space and recreation plan workshop.
The Select Board officially issued a common victualer’s license to Revadee Chueawong, the owner of Coconut Rice Thai Cuisine, on June 5.
Applications are currently being accepted by the Community Preservation Committee (CPC) for funds under the Community Preservation Act.