HUDSON FALLS — The public will have a chance to give input later this month on a new enterprise at the old Masonic Temple in Hudson Falls.
Lawyer William Nikas, owner of the building, has a vision for the multiple floors of 214-216 Main St., including keeping a clothing boutique and photo gallery on the first floor and office space for the Council for Prevention on the second floor. The third and fourth floors would house a new Sandy Hill Arts Center for local artisans.
The top floor, Nikas has said, would be rented out as event space, and the first floor also has room for a restaurant.
The Hudson Falls Planning Board will host a public hearing on the project at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28 in the Village Hall. Nikas' plans are available for the public to review at the Village Hall during regular business hours.
At the hearing, members of public may express their support for or objections to the project.