Issue 11 on the May 7th ballot failed. As a result City Council will be holding community work sessions to receive specific modifications to the current plan that residents would like to see. These sessions will be held at 7:30 p.m. on May 28 at Barlow Community Center and 7:30 p.m. on June 4th at Town Hall.
Advisory Election for Downtown Phase II on May 7
Hudson City Council authorized placing an issue for an advisory election on the May 7, 2019 ballot. Like the "advisory election" held for First and Main, this election sought the opinion of Hudson voters whether or not the City should continue with Downtown Phase II.
The question on the ballot was whether to continue with the redevelopment of the Downtown Phase II area as a public and private development, subject to final approval by the Architectural and Historic Board of Review and City Council. A "yes" vote is in support of continuing the Downtown Phase II process. A "no" vote would be against continuing with Downtown Phase II.
CITY OF HUDSON
(A Majority Vote is Necessary For Passage)
Should the City of Hudson continue with the redevelopment of the Downtown Phase Two area as a public and private development subject to final approval by the Architectural and Historic Board of Review and City Council?