The club plans to add a detached 580-sq. ft. food and bar service cabana building, and a 200-sq. ft. service galley addition to the main clubhouse. Though a commission member expressed some concern over noise levels, the architect assured the commission that no outdoor sound systems were proposed and that city noise ordinances were sufficient.
The Country Club of Hudson (Ohio)’s plan for additional amenities earned approval from the city’s planning commission February 10, the Hudson Hub-Times reported.
The commission unanimously approved plans for a detached 580-sq. ft. food and bar service cabana building and a 200-sq. ft. service galley addition to the main clubhouse, the Hub-Times reported.
Prior to the vote, commission member Rob Kagler expressed concern for nearby residents with regard to noise levels and outdoor loudspeakers, the Hub-Times reported.
“There are no outdoor sound systems proposed,” architect Michael Fant said.
Country club board of trustees member and chairman of renovations Bill Foley said there would probably be events outside but that the club had done a good job historically of being a good neighbor, the Hub-Times reported.
Kagler attempted to add a condition to the project approval that would limit bands playing until midnight, but a majority of the panel disagreed, stating city ordinances regarding noise were sufficient, the Hub-Times reported.