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Compromise sought in garden controversy

Nov 08, 2013 9:01 am
John Mason is reporting in the Register Star the board of the Hudson Community Development and Planning Agency has decided to ask Habitat for Humanity to consider amending it plan to build three affordable, sustainable houses in the 200 block of Columbia St. in Hudson. The proposed alternative location is the empty city-owned lot at Fourth and State streets. The compromise decision was reached following a public hearing Thurs., Nov. 7. The current plan would cause the Hudson Community Garden to be relocated. The garden has been tilled, sowed and harvested by numerous people since it was converted from a vacant lot 20 years ago. It now contains garden plots for 107 people in 40 households. The discussion will continue at the next HCDPA board meeting, Dec. 5. Read the full story in the Register Star.
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