On Saturday, Gossips published a post about the proposed new addition to Montgomery C. Smith School which is part of the current Hudson City School District capital project: "Form Follows Function." That post was illustrated with dreadful photograph of the elevation drawing showing the proposed one-story building attached to the historic three-story building. That photograph was all I had. This morning, George Keeler, superintendent of buildings and grounds at HCSD, sent me a pdf of the elevation drawing, which appears below. Click on the image to enlarge it.
The proposed addition to Montgomery C. Smith--now the intermediate school (Grades 3-6) and being expanded to become the elementary school (K-5)--is one part of the capital project. The other part is a new athletic field at the high school. Tomorrow, July 6, there will be an open forum to give the public the opportunity to be part of the discussion of whether the surface of the new field, to be used for football and soccer, should be natural turf (i.e., grass) or artificial turf. That forum begins at 5:30 p.m. in the library at Hudson High School, 215 Harry Howard Avenue.
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