In April 2016, the Common Council passed a resolution allocating $4,230 to redevelop the City of Hudson website. In May 2016, the Council passed a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a contract with Revize, LLC, to do the work. The contract was for four years: the City would pay Revize, each year on March 29, $4,230 in the first and second years and $1,200 in the third and fourth years. It was anticipated that the work take a matter of months, but it's been more than a year, and there's still no new website.
Last week, however, Gossips learned from the mayor that all the content from the current website had been migrated to the new website. This week, city officials are engaged in webinars to learn how to use the new website. So it appears that any day now the new website will go live, and when you enter cityofhudson.org, you will see something altogether new.
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