At its regular monthly meeting tonight, the Hudson Housing Authority Board of Commissioners unanimously approved an RFQ (request for qualifications) for, in the words of Revonda Smith, chair of the HHA Board, "a whole new reconstruction of the HHA property and expanding it," which involves the demolition of Bliss Towers and Columbia Apartments, also known as "the low-rise."
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The HHA Board is seeking public comment on the RFQ, which will be available online starting Friday, June 11, on the HHA website and the City of Hudson website. Hard copies of the document will be available for viewing at the HHA office in Bliss Towers and at the Hudson Area Library. A public hearing on the RFQ will take place on July 7 at 6:00 p.m. On Tuesday, July 14, the HHA Board will vote on final approval of the RFQ, which will be released the following day. The deadline for submitting proposals has been set for August 14. The HHA Board is hoping for lots of responses, because, in the words of HHA board member Rebecca Wolff, "It's a pretty groovy project."
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