Hudson City Council will consider a number of construction and equipment-related resolutions at its meeting on Wednesday.
All meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. and are held at the Town Hall.
A multi-use project known as Hudson Station, has requested approval of Phase II and III of the project, which will include 16 residential townhouses and a 16,000 square-foot building to house restaurant and retail space. The project is located at Atterbury Boulevard and West Streetsboro.
The project is seeking "special merit" status to obtain an additional allocation of housing allotments in order to complete the revised project.
Council will also vote to accept the bid of Carron Asphalt for the 2013 asphalt reconstruction program, in the amount of $1,026,975. A five percent contingency has been added for a total contract price of $1,078,323.86.
A project proposed by the City of Akron will also be considered on Wednesday. Council will decide whether to approve a contract for five fire hydrants, along with the cost of milling and resurfacing on Middleton and Darrow roads, for $408,664.85. The project is part of the City of Akron's water main rehabilitation program.
Also, a vote will be taken to approve the purchase of two replacement snow plow truck cab and chassis at a cost of $295,687.00. The vehicles will be purchased from Valley Freightliner Trucks of Cleveland, and the snow plow equipment from Henderson Truck Equipment-Ohio.