Dog park gets meeting in Hudson
Oct 17, 2018 8:58 am
Amanda Purcell reports for Columbia-Greene Media that after years of asking, dog owners in Hudson might finally get a park to walk their pets. A dog park was a campaign promise of Hudson Mayor Rick Rector, and he held an information session about the idea Oct. 15 at the Hudson Library. Rector says three locations might be suitable for dogs: Charles Williams Park, at 238 Mill St.; a bit of land on North Second Street, south of the former dump; and the former Foster’s Refrigerators site on North Second Street. Last December the Common Council voted against putting a dog park in the Charles Williams Park. “[The council] believes that issues surrounding safety to the public, cleanliness, and the general prudence of constructing a dog park at Charles Williams Park weigh against such a park being constructed and operated at this location,” according to the resolution the Council passed. The Second Street site got most of the attention at the meeting this week. Read the full story at HudsonValley360.com.