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Hudson holds master plan forum Dec. 10

Hudson – A Hudson Master Plan Forum: Housing & Economic Development will be held Monday, Dec. 10, starting at 7 p.m., in the second floor auditorium at Hudson Town Hall, 78 Main St.

What are Hudson's goals in relation to its housing stock? How, where and what types of development should occur?? What are the ramifications of those developments?? Are there sections of the population not being served by the housing stock available today?? How does housing affect public facilities, recreation, infrastructure & economic development?

How should Hudson be growing economically?? What businesses would we like to see?? Where?? What are the ramifications of these types of economic development on housing, infrastructure, public facilities, and recreation?

Going forward, many public forums will be held, at least one for each element of interest.? Attend them all or only those areas of interest to you.? Extensive community-wide input will help Hudson continue to be a great place to live, work, and play.

For more information on the Master Plan process, visit website www.townofhudson.org/Public_Documents/HudsonMA_BComm/masterplan, or look for the Master Plan Steering Committee under the Boards and Commissions page at www.townofhudson.org. For more information, contact Jennifer Burke 978-562-9963 or email masterplan@townofhudson.org.

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