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Lakeview EMS reviews first month of town of Hudson service

The Hudson Town Board heard a report on its first month of receiving primary service from Lakeview EMS, with Lakeview EMS Director Jon Muller giving an overview of the activity for January.

The service responded to 19 calls in January, 18 of those were lights and siren calls. The average response time for those 18 calls was 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

"We're pleased with the service," Town Chairman Elizabeth Moline said.

She said the town has not seen any major or minor issues.

Muller told the board the service has contacted the state to update its operational plan to include the town.

Though the service does not provide first responders, it is willing to work with the first responders the town currently has in place. Moline said the town and the service are updating the list of current first responders.

The board will hear another report next month. The updates have become a separate agenda item as the town works through the transition into the new service.

"As a board our goal has been and will continue to be to provide the best service to the town residents that we can and we feel confident that we have done that," Moline said.

Subdivision proposal

The town board also heard an initial presentation of a concept plan for a 51-lot subdivision off County Road N, west of Kinney Road.

The subdivision would include 14 duplexes and 37 single family lots.

A concept presentation is just a preliminary step in the process of development. The board did not take any action.

The proposal will go to the town's plan commission.

Rebecca Mariscal

Rebecca Mariscal joined the Hudson Star Observer as a reporter in 2016. She graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a degree in communication and journalism. 

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