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Homer Village Board of Trustees Discusses Array of Items


During the Village of Homer Board of Trustees meeting last night, a number of items were brought up by members including: the future dog park, no mow may, when the DRI results would come in, the flags along Route 281, and more.

Progress on a future dog park in the Village of Homer continues. Deputy Mayor, Pat Clune informed the board of plans to work with the town of Cortlandville as the town has already set up a dog park committee and has researched information on a dog park. He continued on saying the town continues to look for land for their park and says Homer is in good standings with a potential property already chosen.

Additionally, the village will be taking part in No-Mow-May this year. The village will make it official come next meeting later this month, but says residents may now sign up to take part. Signing up is required and may be done at the village offices.

An update for the Downtown Revitalization Initiative grant awardees has been pushed until at least the month of May now board trustee Elizabeth McGrath said. Originally, the state said they would have provided an announcement back in February; there was no reason for the delay.

The American flags along Route 281 in the Village of Homer will be up once again this summer season. The village of homer DPW plans to install new stronger flag holders and retire some flags that have been worn.

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