In the last full week of January, here's what is happening on the meeting front.
- On Monday, January 23, the Conservation Advisory Council meets at 6:00 p.m. For the first time, the CAC meeting will be a hybrid, taking place in person at City Hall and on Zoom. Click here to join the meeting remotely.
- For those following the progress of the agritourism development proposed for Sharptown Road in Stuyvesant, the project is on the agenda for the meeting of the Stuyvesant Planning Board, which takes place at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, January 23. At the last meeting of the Planning Board, chair Tim Hotaling said he would ask the code enforcement officer to work with the town's engineer to outline the equation to determine guidelines, including density averaging as cited in the town's zoning code. It is expected that determination will be presented at this Planning Board meeting. The meeting takes place in person at Stuyvesant Town Hall, 5 Sunset Drive in Stuyvesant.
- On Tuesday, January 24, Hudson Community Development and Planning Agency (HCDPA) meets at 4:30 p.m. This meeting was originally scheduled for Thursday, January 19, but canceled owing to inclement weather. The meeting is a hybrid, taking place in person at City Hall and on Zoom. Click here to join the meeting remotely.
- On Thursday, January 26, the Common Council holds a public hearing on the City of Hudson's application for Restore NY funding for the redevelopment of the former Kaz site for mixed use as a cultural and community hub with retail, art, educational, and community spaces. The hearing takes place in person at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall.
- On Friday, January 27, the Historic Preservation Commission meets at 10:00 a.m. The meeting includes a public hearing on the proposed "Hudson Public" hotel at Warren and North Fourth Street. The meeting will be a hybrid, taking place in person at City Hall and on Zoom. Click here to join the meeting remotely.
- At 6:00 p.m. on Friday, January 27, the Common Council holds a special meeting to vote on enacting the new sidewalk law. Also at the meeting, the Council will vote on authorizing a contract for planting trees and authorizing the mayor to accept a grant awarded to the Conservation Advisory Council and to amend the city budget. The meeting is a hybrid, taking place in person at City Hall and on Zoom. Click here to join the meeting remotely.