It's been almost a year since Saratoga Associates completed its feasibility study on the former Dunn building on the waterfront, in the mid-19th century part of the Hudson Gasification Works. That situation inspired John Mason to do an enterprise story about the building which appears in today's Register-Star: "Dunn plans unknown after a year."
Photo: Saratoga Associates
The building, which belongs to the City of Hudson and is one of the few remaining historic industrial buildings on our waterfront, will be a topic of discussion at the Common Council Economic Development Committee meeting on Thursday, July 21. Historic Hudson, which traditionally holds its annual meetings in historic buildings of interest throughout the city, will be holding its annual meeting this year on the lawn beside the Dunn building, to bring attention to the building and inspire thoughts about its future. Historic Hudson's annual meeting--open to members past, present, and future--will take place on Sunday, August 7, from 4 to 6 p.m. COPYRIGHT 2016 CAROLE OSTERINK