City of Hudson seeking non-profits to use Town Hall's first floor

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The city of Hudson is seeking proposals for the use of the first floor of Hudson Town Hall, 27 E. Main St., Hudson. The primary goal of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to identify a not-for-profit user for the primary use of the first floor. The city welcomes joint/collaborative proposals.

Hudson Town Hall ceased operation as the primary location of offices for the city of Hudson in early 2013, but the second floor meeting room (Council Chambers) is still used intermittently, primarily for public meetings in the evening. The structure, originally built in 1879, has functional heating, water, electricity, security system and telephone lines and includes three restrooms (men's, women's and unisex).

The city's intention is to maintain ownership of the building and continue its use of the second floor for public meetings and limited office use. The not-for-profit entity/entities occupying the first floor of Town Hall may be charged a nominal fee per square foot/month for utilities, maintenance, cleaning, snow & ice control, phone, etc. Additionally, the entity/entities occupying the first floor will be responsible for any/all costs associated with modifications to the existing space, should the City permit such modifications.

Go to the City of Hudson website to see a description of the project and a link to the actual RFP.

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