Hudson voters reject budget, approve police and fire contractsBy APRIL GUILMET
Union Leader Correspondent
March 11. 2014 10:50PM
HUDSON - Voters at the Hudson polls rejected the proposed $23.8 million operating budget, but approved a three-year, $148,372 contract with the town's police union.
Voters also approved Town Article 6, a two-year, $97,309 contract with the Hudson's Firefighters' union.
Incumbent Selectman Ted Luszey ran against contenders Patricia Nichols, Randy Brownrigg and Richard Kahn for the single Board of Selectman seat.
Nichols, who serves on the Council on Aging, won the race with 1,282 votes. Luszey took 911 votes, Kahn took 388 and Brownrigg took 342.
Leading the race for the two open Hudson School Board seats was candidate Meagan Pollack with 1,724 votes, followed by fellow victor Stacy Milbouer with 1,343 votes, both beating contenders Normand Martin (1011 votes) and Lynn Morin (1171 votes).