On Tuesday night, Rick Rector held the fourth of his conversational meetings in the five wards of Hudson. This one, which took place in the community room at Crosswinds, drew a smaller crowd than some of the earlier meetings--notably the one in the First Ward and the Fourth Ward, but it demonstrated something that has been a theme of Rector's campaign: there is more that unites the city than divides it. Concerns voiced by residents of Green Street, Glenwood Boulevard, and Riverledge Road were similar to the concerns of people living on Union, Columbia, and State streets: speeding, truck traffic, and the consequent damage to the city's infrastructure.
Dan Udell was there once again to videotape the conversation. The video can be viewed by clicking here.
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