By Aliya Schneider
HUDSON — The Hudson Planning Board’s public hearing on installation of Verizon antennas atop Providence Hall, 119 Columbia St., continued Tuesday night and will resume on Jan. 12.
The antennas would serve Verizon customers in Columbia and Greene counties.
The application is for a special-use permit from Bell Atlantic Mobile Systems LLC on behalf of Verizon Wireless to install and operate wireless communication equipment on the roof. The public hearing began at the Oct. 27 Planning Board meeting.
If approved, the permit would allow six antennas to expand Verizon’s 4G coverage in the area, according to spokesman Scott Olson of Young/Sommer LLC, Attorneys at Law.