In a letter sent to the club last September, Zimmer urged the executive director to address an alleged problem of rodent droppings and mold at the club. She also requested financial records from the last 10 years for the club, which takes advantage of a $2 per year lease with the city to operate out of 123 Jefferson St., according to the letter.
City spokesperson Juan Melli said this week that representatives from the Boys and Girls Club responded to the mayor's requests with "several letters."
"Please provide a complete report for the last ten years on financials and a full report on the programming provided including the number of students served," Zimmer wrote. "I am extremely concerned that there have been decreases in services provided to Boys and Girls Club students."
For responses from the club, and many more details on this story, keep reading HudsonReporter.com. - Ray Smith