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It is critical to make our voices heard: the majority of impact is on Hudson not Greenport, and a comprehensive environmental assessment should be completed to assess the potential long-lasting impact on the environment and on the character of Hudson itself.Please write to Mayor Tiffany Hamilton and City of Hudson officials to encourage them to challenge Greenport on their negative declaration. Any concerns need to be formally submitted to them; the amount of public comments received will reflect the legitimate concerns and will inform their decision making. HUDSON MUST BE HEARD.

Action to Take: Help Protect Our Waterfront! Learn more about the issue on this site and be sure to submit your written comments to the Mayor, Rick Rector, Conservation Advisory Council Member Michael O’Hara, and Hudson City attorneys Ken Dow and Mitch Khosrova.


Mayor Tiffany Hamilton
City Hall
520 Warren Street
Hudson, New York 12534


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Mitch Khosrova <>
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Please be sure to take a look at our FAQs to learn more about why Colarusso’s proposal endangers Hudson’s waterfront, takes risks with our nearby wetlands, quality of life and threatens the livelihood of our city’s future and economic growth by favoring one corporation over the wants and needs of Hudson’s residents. Our position is not in opposition of one corporation, but in support of what is best for the collective future of our city. Make sure your voice is heard as we work together to protect the character of our river city and create a more fair and prosperous future for the people who call it home.

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