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The village of North Hudson Board voted against the recommendation of its Plan Commission, opening the door for a Twin cities firm, Bright Solutions LLC, to potentially locate in the old car shops industrial area. The company, however, must still supply more information to the Plan Commission before the board gives its final approval. The action came at the board meeting Tuesday, Jan. 3. Bright Solutions LLC makes windshield washer fluid.
At a special board meeting Thursday night, the North Hudson Village Board denied the $50,000 claim submitted by local attorney Bill Radosevich. Radosevich had filed a notice of claim against the village of North Hudson in November for what he called an illegal arrest and false imprisonment. He asked for $50,000 in damages. Radosevich was arrested briefly on the evening of July 8, 2011, by the North Hudson Police Department after a report was filed by another driver who said Radosevich, 67, was driving "erratically" on Hwy. 35 as the two vehicles approached the village.
I live in North Hudson and if you believe in surveys, I'm part of one of the "smartest" communities in the state of Wisconsin! Much smarter than the "rubes" in Hudson, or other communities around the county! Before I get a big head, however, I've decided the survey has everything to do with statistics.
A fire late Thursday night did damage to a home at 180 Starrwood in the town of Hudson, just outside of North Hudson. The Hudson Fire Department was called at 11:19 p.m. and was assisted by the town of St. Joseph Fire Department. Hudson Fire Chief Jim Frye said the fire started near a fireplace and did damage to the floor between the basement and first level of the structure. "The fire was under control fairly quickly, but we were on the scene until close to 2 a.m.," Frye said.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Hudson has been led by Rev. Fred Kogler since 2007 and he, like virtually all Christians, sees Christmas as a very holy day. "Christmas signifies and represents the birth of Christ," Kogler said. "All of our outreach -- worship, Sunday school, confirmation, pre-school -- holds to the historical account that the Bible is God's word. "Jesus is the second person of the Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) and was incarnate in a virgin birth.
A multi-car accident on westbound I-94 Monday morning closed the freeway for a time and backed up traffic on I-94 for several miles. The accident occurred on the freeway in front of Mike's Standard. An employee at Mike's said at least five or six vehicles were involved in the accident. At least one person was transported by ambulance, but it did not appear that any of the injuries were life-threatening. A state trooper said one driver apparently lost control on the frost-covered road, spun out of control across three lanes, struck the median and came to rest facing the wrong way.
A business interested in relocating to North Hudson's industrial area has met a cool reception from the village's Plan Commission and a non-committal message from the village board at its monthly meeting Tuesday, Dec. 6. Bright Solutions LLC makes windshield washer fluid. The commission is concerned about the "warehousing" of methanol, a flammable ingredient. The board spent nearly an hour discussing the business plan, but ultimately tabled the decision.
William Radosevich, a prominent local attorney, has filed a notice of claim against the village of North Hudson for what he calls an illegal arrest and false imprisonment. He is asking for $50,000 in damages. He was arrested briefly on the evening of July 8, 2011, by the North Hudson Police Department after a report was filed by another driver who said Radosevich, 67, was driving "erratically" on Hwy. 35 as the two vehicles approached the village.
A Hudson man has a passion for writing and his efforts have paid off as he released his fourth book last month. By day, Ryan Johnson works at the Goodwill store in Hudson. By night he is a budding author. "My social life has suffered, but I'm determined to write and promote my books in my free time," Johnson said.
The North Hudson village board has taken action to force the repair and cleanup of a North Hudson residence located at 712 Pine St. No. The home, owned by Randy Krongard, has been an issue in the village for more than a decade. At its monthly meeting Tuesday, Nov. 1, the board recommended setting aside $2,000 for potential legal fees if there was resistance to village action regarding the house. The village sent a letter to Krongard, signed by Building Inspector Brian Wert, on Oct.