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January 16, 2013

Hudson Oaks receives project planning award


The plan also recommends programs to “make Hudson Oaks distinguishable from adjacent communities.”

The city has already taken steps in this regard with the Middle Median Beautification project, which will include entry signage and landscaping. The community has also undertaken design of a new city logo, both of which will be finalized this spring.

Accepting the award on the city’s behalf, Deen thanked the planners at Freese and Nichols for their work and the high-quality plan they produced. He also said the city was very proud of the fact that so many people turned out to participate in the town hall meetings, making the plan truly meaningful for the community. The full plan may be viewed by visiting

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