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Working with the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD), Summit County Department of Sanitary Sewer Services (DSSS) secured a $500,000 grant to study and remove the sources of stormwater entering the collection system from private property for the Historic Downtown Area (Area K) of Hudson. This unique study and project represents a cutting-edge approach to the elimination of stormwater entering the collection system.
Summit County DSSS has hired Environmental Design Group (EDG) to be Summit County’s agent in this matter. The study requires access to homes located in Area K (see a map of the study area here). EDG has sent notices in the mail to Area K residents explaining what is needed from each property owner to allow access for the study. Full information about the study and its impacts, including frequently asked questions, can be found at www.HudsonAreaK.com. Questions? Fill out the Contact Us form here.
Area K Residents Invited to Open House May 19
Hudson Area K residents are invited to our Open House Public Meeting for Residential Inspections on May 19 from 6 – 7 p.m. at the Barlow Community Center.
This Open House is for Hudson Area K residents ONLY. Please make sure to bring your permission slips for signing and enjoy learning more about this project.
Visit the following website for more information: https://www.HudsonAreaK.com/.