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Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 12:30 am

COLUMBIA COUNTY — Discussions around growing Hudson’s North Bay Recreation and Natural Area from a former landfill received a green light Tuesday from the Columbia County Government Committee before going to Board of Supervisors’ Chairman Pat Grattan for consideration.

Presented by Peter Paden, president of the Columbia Land Conservancy, Tuesday’s proposal called for the creation of a trail network better able to connect city residents to the open spaces adjacent to the North Bay’s approximately 117 acres. Portions of North Bay property are presently owned by the city of Hudson, Columbia County, the city of Hudson Industrial Development Agency, and the principal owner of the former Hudson Fabrics facility, better known as the Emsig Button Factory.

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