Andrew Adam, I would like to respond to your recent Editorial regarding the issue of "graffiti" in Hudson and the import to our residents.
You state that you believe "the thing people here in Hudson care about most is graffiti." You, obviously, are not as invested "into" this community as you would like to believe you are. If you were, you would see a community filled with compassion for those who are sick or hurting, who have provided unparalleled support for those who have lost loved ones, and a community who generously and consistently provide large quantities of food, goods, services, and financial assistance to our own residents in need. Hudson, unbeknownst to you, is a community filled with people who devote themselves to raising responsible, productive and empowered children. Children who achieve at the very highest academic, athletic and talent levels; and children who devote hours and hours of their personal time to charitable endeavors. So, I beg you Mr. Adam, take a closer look at Hudson and you will find the thing people here in Hudson care about most is each other.
Linda Miller, Hudson