New location of Hudson Area Joint Library
Link to March 26 Hudson Star-Observer article.
Excerpt: With the renovations underway at what will be the new home of the Hudson Area Joint Library, plans for the move are being finalized.
According to Library Board president Jim O’Connor, Keller Construction is working on removing and relocating partitions on both levels of the library’s portion of 700 First St. and the excavation has begun for the installation of a new elevator.
O’Connor said they anticipate that current library at 911 Fourth St. will close for approximately three weeks beginning in mid May during which time the books, equipment and furnishings will be moved to the new location. They hope to reopen the new library sometime in early June.
O’Connor said the Hudson Rotary clubs have already volunteered to assist with the move.
Library, police remodeling plans approved. (2/18/2010)
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)