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Documents Posted

Please take time to review the following documents:

Town of Homer Local Law: Moratorium on Natural Gas NEW!

2014 Dog Census NEW!

2014 Indoor Air Quality Report

Comprehensive Plan for Town of Homer

Recommendations for Changes to Town of Homer Zoning Law

Town of Homer Wind Energy Law

Comment Period

The Town Board will be accepting written comments on the proposed six-month moratorium on gas drilling in the Town of Homer through the close of business on Monday, September 8th. Comments may be mailed to Town Clerk, 31 North Main Street, Homer, 13077, or emailed to townofhomer@yahoo.com.

Dog Census

 Thank you to all those who participated in our first ever dog census by mail!  We were able to license many new or previously unlicensed dogs.

REMINDER:  All dogs living in the Village or Town of Homer must be licensed!  For more information on licensing and a form to mail to the Town Clerk's Office, you may click on the "dog census" link above.


Town Board Meeting 

The Town Board's regular September meeting is scheduled for Wednesday,
September 3rd at 7:30 p.m. in the Town Hall building, 31 North Main
Street.

A public hearing on a proposed six-month moratorium on gas drilling will be
held prior to the meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior Center (basement)
of the Town Hall building.



Hunting/Fishing Licenses Now On Sale

The Homer Town Clerk's Office is successfully selling the new hunting
and fishing licenses for the 2014-2015 season.  No waiting in long lines!


 

Office Hours for Town Justice

The Justice Court Office will be open on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 
The Court Office is located at the back of the Town Hall building off
the parking lot (Senior Center entrance).





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