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Posted: Saturday, January 5, 2013 12:30 am

HUDSON — Where the sidewalk ends, the federal Safe Routes to School Program begins by paying for 3,000 feet of sidewalk on Harry Howard Avenue for the students of Montgomery C. Smith Intermediate School and the Hudson Junior/Senior High School to use. Hudson Mayor William Hallenbeck announced Friday that the city would be the recipient of a 100 percent federally-funded program grant, administered by the Federal Highway Administration of the Department of Transportation, valued at $415,352 to improve its infrastructure.

“The whole Harry Howard strip, the Intermediate School, Junior and Senior High Schools, will have a sidewalk,” Hallenbeck said.

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