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Hudson City Council appoints six to Brandywine Creek Watershed Plan

By M. A. Ferguson-Rich correspondent

HUDSON: Council voted unanimously on Wednesday to appoint six representatives to the Brandywine Creek Balanced Growth Watershed Plan.

Those appointed were Mark Richardson, Community Development Director, City Manager Tony Bales and council member Dennis Hanink.   Three community members currently serving on boards and commissions for the city were also appointed, including: Gene Fitch (Environmental Awareness);  Jerry Unroe. (Tree Commission), and Allyn Marzulla from the Architectural and Historical Board of Review.

Brandywine Creek encompasses 26-square miles, and drains portions of nine communities. 

Hudson is entitled to six representatives based upon the percentage of watershed area flowing through the community.

Also on Wednesday, Council President David Basil renewed the call for volunteers to serve on the Park Board, the Environmental Awareness Committee and the Hudson Cable TV Advisory Committee.

Applicants from the community have until July 24 to submit their forms to council.  Forms are available online or from clerk, Elizabeth Slagle.

In other business, all items on the agenda were approved.