Many things are set to happen this Friday, the last day of July. Consolidated Funding Applications are due. For the City of Hudson, that means applications for grants to fund "storm water treatment units" on upper Union Street, new water mains on one block of State Street and one block of Third Street, upgrades to the pump station on Power Avenue, and a ramp of unknown design at Promenade Hill.
According to the Albany Business Review and the Associated Press, Friday is also the day that the New York State Department of Health is expected to announce the five companies that will be licensed to grow and dispense medical marijuana. One of the forty-three companies in the running is the Good Green Group, which, if they get licensed, might establish their growing facility in 40,000 square feet of the former L&B building, or they might decide to grow their cannabis in the old Roe Jan Central School on Route 22 in Copake.
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