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Mayor speaks to Common Council about Furgary

Jul 10, 2012 4:03 pm
Tom Casey reports in the Register Star Hudson Mayor William Hallenbeck addressed the Common Council Mon., July 9, on the subject of the pending eviction of the North Dock Tin Boat Association from the land it occupies at the edge of the Hudson River. One week remains before the Association must vacate. Hallenbeck defended the city's legal position on the eviction. “I will submit to you that I have racked my brain everyday for over a month as to the future of the Tin Boat Association and all roads lead back to having to vacate the land and the shacks having to be removed for liability reasons,” he said. “Tell me how it is possible to do anything different other than what has been concluded by corporate counsel, Common Council President (Don) Moore and myself about the future (of the boat club).” Read the full story in the Register Star.

Mayor Bill Hallenbeck speaking about shutting down the Furgary Boat Club during a meeting of the Hudson Common Council, Mon., July 9. Click here to listen. Recorded by Noah Reibel. Below, the final minute of the speech.
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