Thursday, February 18, 2010

Hudson, Wisconsin: Library, police remodeling plans approved

Future home of Hudson Area Joint Library

Link to February 18 Hudson Star-Observer article. (You may need to create a free account to access full text.)

Excerpt: The council approved the plans for the Hudson Police Department prepared by Frisbie Architects of River Falls and authorized advertising for a contractor to do the work.

It also approved plans for remodeling the first- and second-floor space that will be occupied by the Hudson Area Joint Library. Those plans were drafted by the library’s architectural firm, the BKV Group.

The library will be the city’s tenant in the building. It also is advertising for a contractor to do the remodeling.

The library board approved the remodeling plans in a meeting shortly before the special City Council meeting Thursday night.

Related articles:

Rep. Kind News Release: Hudson Library Receives Grant. (1/29/2010)

Hudson City Council has concerns about library floor plan. (1/28/2010)

Hudson Board Approves Plan for New Library. (1/14/2010)

Hudson Area Joint Library Board Approves Lease Agreement. (12/16/2009)

Hudson City Council Purchases Building for Shared Library/Police Facility. (12/10/2009)

Interview with Hudson Mayor Dean Knudson. (11/12/2009)

Hudson City Council Plans to Buy Building for Possible Police/Library Facility. (10/22/2009)

Bursting at the Seams. (3/31/2009)

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