On Thursday’s Happening in Homer:
Deputy mayor Patrick Clune went over several updates in the village and previewed a handful of upcoming public hearings.
Several will happen on Tuesday (August 31) at the next board of trustees meeting.
One deals with the potential installation of a 3-way stop sign at the corner of Copeland and Park Avenues. The intention here is to address speeding issues in the area, which is an active school zone.
Another hearing will look at ways to adjust sewer/water rates in response to recent cost increases at the state level.
Other topics brought up: The Route 11 linear park project, trash collection, code book revisions and updates to the village’s long-term comprehensive plan.
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