Hudson to use ARPA funds for water drainage projects

Rep. Hogan joined Congresswoman Lori Trahan, Hudson DPW Director Eric Ryder and Select Board Member Scott Duplisea to celebrate funds that will update Hudson’s water infrastructure and make the city more climate resilient.
As part of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), Hudson will receive $1.4 million to complete water drainage upgrades and repairs on Main Street.
We are grateful to our congressional partners who worked with President Biden to pass the American Rescue Plan Act and committed to investing in the futures of our towns and communities.

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