Meeting tonight (February 11) at 6:00 is the Homer Village Board of Trustees, who have a busy agenda leading off with two public hearings on several proposed parking changes.
The first deals with a proposal to repeal the restrictions currently in place during school hours along the entire length of Meadow Drive, as well as on South William and Bartlett Streets from Cayuga Street to James Street.
McCabe says these were enacted before the existence of the high school’s parking lots, which now render it useless.
Officials also want to limit parking in front of the Village Green on Main Street from all-day to two-hour parking, as it is across the street near the library (see photo above).
A 30-minute limitation would also be installed to the parking spots in front of the village’s post office.
These measures are expected to be voted on by the board at the close of the public hearings.
Also on the meeting agenda: Byrne Dairy officials are expected to give another presentation on their proposal to build a gas station at the corner of NYS-281 and Cayuga Street. (click link for more)
Additionally, the final purchase agreements are set to be approved for properties acquired for the village’s Route 11 project.
Tonight’s meeting begins at 6 pm at the Homer Town Hall, 31 North Main Street (click here for the full agenda).
WXHC will be in attendance, so tune in for updates on tomorrow’s Morning Drive with Vinnie Bellardini.