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Mayor: City changing energy plans

Common Council president unaware of planned change

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Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:30 am

The city of Hudson will move from wind power to a mix of green energy and solar power.

The city, one the first 100 percent wind-generated energy powered cities in the nation, plans to go to an Everyday Green plan through its provider, Viridian, according to a statement released by Mayor William Hallenbeck on Monday.

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