Bearing the title "A Resolution of Support on Behalf of the City and the Common Council for the Development of a Supportive Permanent Homeless Housing, City of Hudson Police Station, and City of Hudson Court House as part of a Three-Unit Condominium Project," the resolution concludes:
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Mayor and the Common Council President are authorized to convey this Resolution of Support to the Sponsors, and the City will explore further the mutual development of a Memorandum of Understanding delineating the potential agreement between the parties over the next three months.The discussion consisted only of a lengthy statement by Second Ward alderman Abdus Miah, the gist which seemed to be that, although it was not "100 percent perfect," the proposal was the best the City could come up with to solve its problems.
There being no other comments, Moore called for a vote. Voting aye were Moore, Robert Donahue (Fifth Ward), John Friedman (Third Ward), Miah, Wanda Pertilla (Second Ward), Carmine Pierro (Fifth Ward), Sheila Ramsey (Fourth Ward), and Ohrine Stewart (Fourth Ward). Voting nay were Nick Haddad (First Ward), David Marston (First Ward), and Chris Wagoner (Third Ward). The resolution passed 1,566 to 454.