|61-71 North Fifth Street|
|72 North Fifth Street|
|76-78 North Fifth Street|
Prior to the recent transfers, the Galvan Initiatives Foundation owned two properties: 400 State Street, which was purchased from the Hudson Area Library, and the ballfield on Hudson Street, which was purchased from the Hudson Elks Club.
In April 2012, Debby Mayer, writing for the Columbia Paper, calculated that Eric Galloway, through his various LLCs and not-for-profits, owned two percent of the taxable property in Hudson: "He 'collects' Hudson." Since then Galloway has has continued to acquire property. It should be noted, however, that ownership by a not-for-profit does not automatically take a parcel off the tax rolls. So far, none of the properties owned by the Galvan Initiatives Foundation is exempt from property taxes. City assessor Garth Slocum told Gossips that the Galvan Initiatives Foundation had applied for tax exempt status for 400 State Street last year, but the application was incomplete, and so far a complete application has not been submitted.