Warren Street is the scene when it comes to commerce in Hudson. It's where people who come to Hudson for a day of shopping and exploring gravitate. It's where the action is. It's understandable then that people with businesses near but not on Warren Street would want a sign on Warren to steer folks in their direction. It's also understandable that in fine weather, when the restaurants set out their sidewalk cafes, the sidewalks get crowded. Then there are the vendors and other alternative forms of retailing that want to be part of the scene. All these issues--the downside of Hudson's success and vitality--were taken up at last night's Legal Committee meeting. John Mason reports on the discussion in today's Register-Star: "City sandwich boards in peril."
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