Now we seem to be seeing the finished product. Not only is it not as wide by 16 inches as the ordinance calls for, there is no curb.
Perhaps our Code Enforcement Officer Mr.Wurster could shed some light on this state of affairs? Or perhaps it is to the Superintendent of Public Works Mr. Perry that we should address a question. It is not clear in the city Code about who is responsible for overseeing sidewalk construction.
Diamond Street: The Story of the Little Town With the Big Red Light Districtby Bruce Edward Hall (Black Dome Press, Hensonville NY 1994 and 2005)
This is a fairly readable history of Hudson as seen from the other side of the tracks and from the corrupt office holders in city government and local police. Sheds new light on how Hudson has been dependent for a very long time on “weekenders” to support a significant portion of the local economy. the difference is that the current economy is not dependent on men’s interests in gambling, drinking and sex.
Lots of wonderful stories and much local color and geography. Somewhere a wonderful, marvelous in its excess, statistic appears that Hudson once had 76 bars packed into its 2+ square miles.