Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Starting with the GEIS

Common Council President Don Moore has announced a special meeting of the Common Council to take place at the Central Firehouse at 77 North Seventh Street at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, September 26. The purpose of the meeting is "to review and consider the LWRP's GEIS [Generic Environmental Impact Statement]." William Sharp, attorney with the NYS Department of State, and Cheryl Roberts, city attorney, will present the GEIS and discuss it with the Council. 

If you want to brush up on the document, it can be downloaded--as it was when it was supposed to be "final" back in May 2011--at the City of Hudson website


  1. At last we'll hear what the planners will tell us about any new changes in the 'FGEIS'. The fate of the South Bay and the future of the waterfront hangs in the balance here and I would wish to see a true restoration of the South Bay with the O & G trucks out of the City altogether.

  2. Hudsonians need to reclaim their heritage - don't let it be sold off to outsiders - question authority - the power is in our hands is the final message.