Letter to the editor 2, March 30, 2017

Deteriorating houses on Main Road, Hudson

Dear Editor,

My house is probably one that Rudolph Stucki refers to in his Letter to the Editor (Your Local Journal, March 16). I am the owner of one of these ‘deteriorating houses…’ Riversmead. I own 100 acres of scrub land bordering on Main Road and Highway 342, crossed by the railway tracks, crossed by the sewer line. This land is frozen for all time it seems. We cannot sell one foot to be used for anything.

If we were allowed to sell even a small portion, one lot for instance even, perhaps we could afford to maintain the house!

The taxes on this property are not frozen – they keep going up every year!

What kind of town planning is this?

Naomi Henshaw


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