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  • Welcome to the Gr. Hudson Chamber of Commerce website and to our community, one of the best places in New Hampshire to live, work, and do business.

    The Chamber’s goal is to work toward enhancing the quality of life for all through the support and commitment of its members, volunteers and committees.  We are dedicated to providing access to resources, contacts and business development tools that support business growth and a healthy, prosperous business environment.

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  • Gr. Hudson Chamber Opposes Proposed Town of Hudson Petition Warrant Article 50

    Gr. Hudson Chamber of Commerce Opposes Warrant Article 50 Building MoratoriumThe Gr. Hudson Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to build a vibrant and prosperous community through business leadership and positive change. As such, the Gr. Hudson Chamber of Commerce is speaking out in opposition of the proposed petitioned Warrant Article 50 which seeks a one-year building moratorium in Hudson. This building moratorium, as petitioned by residents, is an extreme action that will have serious long-term consequences to the local economy. It was even unanimously voted not to recommend by the Hudson Planning Board.  

    There is no evidence, data or analysis that substantiates that taking such a drastic step will benefit the community or solve traffic issues, and the Chamber is concerned that it will alternatively have significant repercussions to the local economy and negative impact to the Town of Hudson. Warrant Article 50 if it passes, will immediately stop the issuance of building permits and the approval of subdivisions and site plans in the Town’s Business, Industrial, General and General-1 Zones. The implementation of such an extreme measure will ultimately have a negative impact on the local economy, adversely affect local jobs, implement harmful controls on landowners,  and halt added tax revenues that balance the taxpayer burden.

    This petitioned warrant article along with many others that will impact the Town, local economy, and the taxpayer will be voted on at the Town of Hudson election on Tuesday, March 12th and the Chamber encourages a no vote on Warrant Article 50.

    Article 50 Petition One Year Temporary Building Moratorium Reads:
    Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 19 as proposed by petition for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows? Should the Town of Hudson place a one-year temporary moratorium beginning the day of the March 2024 election, as allowed per RSA Section 674:23, on issuing new building permits and approving subdivisions or site plans in Zones B, I, G, and G-1? This article aims to manage rapid development challenges, ensuring better traffic, utility, and public safety management. The moratorium, however, would not affect ongoing residential projects or expansion or remodeling of existing residences or businesses. This article will give the town time to update its Master Plan and zoning regulations for better future growth management, without impacting current homeowners in these zones. The suspension could end earlier if the updates are completed before the year ends.

     

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