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Hudson held its annual election on May 8, and seats on boards like the Select Board and School Committee were filled by both incumbents and new faces.
Hudson residents provided input on downtown parking and learned about the upcoming parking study at a public forum on May 24.
The DOT has announced overnight closures scheduled for ramps to and from Route 62 and Interstate 495 northbound in Berlin and Hudson.
Registered Hudson Democrats will be meeting to elect 10 delegates and four alternates to represent Hudson at the State Democratic Convention.
The Select Board received an update from state Rep. Kate Hogan and Sen. Jamie Eldridge about the funding Hudson would get from the state.
On May 15, the Hudson Select Board discussed the potential expansion of the town's marijuana overlay district.
Hudson residents had an opportunity to weigh in on a potential dog park during an information session hosted by the Recreation Department on May 16.
The communities of Marlborough and Hudson will sponsor the spring Household Hazardous Waste Day on Saturday, May 13.
The Hudson Select Board approved and agreed to sign a personal effects coverage agreement relative to employee health plan design changes.
Familiar faces are returning after residents headed to the polls today. Voters also approved a ballot question related to a new DPW facility.
The 2023 Annual Town Meeting passed Article 1, which added a new section in the Hudson bylaws pertaining to stormwater utility.
A new operations facility for the Hudson DPW was approved at the 2023 Annual Town meeting on May 1 with the passage of Article 22.
A citizen’s petition was submitted for definitions of warehouses, distribution centers, parcel hubs and short-term storage units in the bylaws
The Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce and League of Women Voters presented a candidates’ night at the Hudson Senior Center on April 26.
The Hudson Select Board heard from the Hometown Heroes Committee at their April 10 meeting to discuss the project.
Hudson's annual election is scheduled for May 8. The Community Advocate reached out to the candidates with a series of questions.
On the warrant for the annual Town Meeting is a citizen’s petition to provide clear definitions of structures such as warehouses.
Last August, the Select Board voted on three finalists for the town counsel, including their current town counsel of 37 years, Aldo Cipriano.
The Select Board approved the authorization to sign a $29,000 contract with for design and consulting services for a Hudson Dog Park.
A debt exclusion question for the replacement of the Department of Public Works operation facility will be on the May 8 Annual Town Election ballot.