Monday, April 11, 2022

Meetings and Events in the Week Ahead

In this week that leads up to the beginning of Passover and Easter Sunday, here is what is happening in the secular world of Hudson.
  • On Monday, April 11, the Common Council holds its informal meeting at 6:00 p.m. Of interest on the agenda for tonight, along with fourteen letters about Warren Street Seasonal Usage and possible street closure, are a resolution making a negative declaration under SEQRA (State Environmental Quality Review Act) for the Hudson Connects project, the plans for which have not been seen by the public since they were presented to the Historic Preservation Commission in February, and a resolution to adopt an organizational chart of city government created by mayor's aide Michael Hofmann. It should be remembered that the Council does not vote at its informal meeting. Resolutions are just introduced and discussed. The actual vote does not take place until the regular meeting, which takes place on Tuesday, April 19. Tonight's meeting will be a hybrid--in person at City Hall and virtually on Zoom. Click here to join the meeting remotely.
  • On Tuesday, April 12, Hudson Community Development and Planning Agency (HCDPA) meets at noon. It is expected that the agency will continue its discussion of how to deal with its looming insolvency. The meeting will take place virtually. Click here to join the meeting.
  • At 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12, Assemblymember Didi Barrett hosts a virtual Women's History Event celebrating the life of local historian Ruth Piwonka. To receive the link to the event, contact Gunnar Wordon at
  • Also on Tuesday, April 12, the Planning Board meets at 6:00 p.m. The agenda for the meeting includes a public hearing on the proposed restoration of 702-704 Columbia Street and conversion into four dwelling units and two commercial units, one of which will be a restaurant, as well as the continuation of the site plan review for the hotel being proposed by the Galvan Foundation for the corner of Warren and Fourth streets, and requests for amendments and revisions to the plans proposed for 205-207 Warren Street and for the two buildings proposed for the Depot District. The meeting will be held virtually. Click here to join the meeting. 
  • On Wednesday, April 13, at 6:00 p.m., Miguel Berrios, the ISA Forester who last year conducted the inventory of Hudson's park and street trees, will present his findings and give an overview of the Hudson Community Forestry Management Plan. The event takes place virtually. Click here to join.  
  • On Friday, April 15, the Historic Preservation Commission holds a special meeting to consider four projects leftover from last Friday's three-hour meeting. Among them are revisions to the restoration proposed for 205-207 Warren Street. The meeting takes place virtually. Click here to join the meeting.

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