Homer deputy mayor on Rte. 11 linear park project (audio)

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On this morning’s Happening in Homer segment:

Deputy mayor Patrick Clune discussed the Route 11 linear park project, soon to break ground after the village closed on three properties that will be demolished to build a path for walking and biking.

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The result will be a scenic gateway to the village allowing for better views of the Tioughnioga River’s West Branch.

Clune also discussed more about next week’s planning board meeting — set for Wednesday (October 14) — which will lead off with a public hearing on the recently proposed Dollar General store.

Village clerk Dan Egnor unveiled more details on that meeting during last week’s segment (listen here).

This morning’s conversation also brought up an issue involving some residents who are sweeping leaves and other yard debris into the road, causing issues for crews with the Streets & Parks department.

Press play below for the interview with Clune:


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