Hudson Common Council talks smaller apartments
Dec 10, 2013 7:26 am
John Mason is reporting in the Register Star the city of Hudson’s minimum dwelling size could be reduced to 300 square feet. The recommendation was made by Common Council Legal Committee Chairman John Friedman at the Council's Informal Meeting, Mon., Dec. 9. The consensus among Council members appears to be the city's current minimum apartment size of 1,500 square feet, as specified in the city code, should to be reduced. Friedman suggested a paid consultant be engaged to revamp the zoning requirements. Council President Don Moore said the minimum apartment size should be given priority when the new Council convenes in January. Read the full story in the Register Star.