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Frisbie Architects wins public safety facility study


The Hudson City Council on Monday night decided to contract with Frisbie Architects for the planning of a new public safety building.

The River Falls firm will be paid $18,000 for the study, plus up to $1,000 for expenses it incurs completing it.

Last June, an ad-hoc study committee comprised of Alderperson Lee Wyland and the chiefs of the city's police, fire and ambulance departments came to the conclusion that an additional public safety building is needed.

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Randy Hanson
Randy Hanson has reported for the Star-Observer since 1997. He came to Hudson after 11 years with the Inter-County Leader at Frederic, and eight years of teaching social studies. He’s a graduate of UW-Eau Claire.
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