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Following is a letter from Council President Bill Wooldredge regarding Downtown Phase II. To view the letter, click here.
October 24, 2018
To all Hudson residents and businesses:
As Hudson City Council President, I speak on behalf of Council when I say that we have heard many comments expressed by citizens about Downtown Phase II.
We want to know what you like about Phase II, as well as what concerns you have about the preliminary plan. Over the past two years we have held more than a dozen open houses and public forums which have provided us with citizen input that helped shape the preliminary plan. In order to hear from as many people as possible, beginning in November, Council will hold additional listening and discussion sessions prior to City Council meetings and workshops to gather additional citizen input.
The first two sessions will be held from 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, November 13 and Tuesday November 27 at Town Hall the Hudson High School Media Center (please note location change. The sessions will not be held at Town Hall). Based on input received during these meetings, we may schedule additional open forum meetings and small group meetings through December, and possibly January.
The feedback gathered through this process will provide City Council with information necessary to determine possible modifications of the Phase II preliminary plan and any future steps Council would take regarding Downtown Phase II. The City and the developer are open to making modifications to the plan if necessary.
If you cannot attend a meeting, we encourage you to visit www.hudson.oh.us, click on the Downtown Phase II button and submit your comments electronically, or you can send us an email at Phase2@hudson.oh.us.
Also, be sure to sign up on the Downtown Phase II web page for email updates that will let you know about upcoming meetings and other information about the process.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Hudson City Council President