Hudson, New York
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11 January 2019 11:01AM
Amanda Purcell


HUDSON — Common Council members, past and present, are worried about the scale of the $55 million Bliss Towers development project and the strain it might place on city services.

The concerns were brought up at the Common Council meeting on Monday by former Common Council President Don Moore during the public comment period. He said his comments were in reaction to the City Planning Board meeting held Dec. 13.

“Last month, at the planning board, most of the time at the planning board was not discussing the specifics of the engineering studies, or whether or not it fit the zoning and site-plan issues, but it had to do with the context of which this plan fit and who it would serve,” Moore said.


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