October 19, 2021

‘No construction yet’

September 2, 2021

When the village of Homer began planning to build a bus shelter at 53 Main St., the project was to be completed by the end of the summer. Now, delays are making it unclear whether […]

Homer sketches plan for $10M DRI grant

July 15, 2021

Homer village board member Ed Finkbeiner looks at a block of century-old buildings along the east side of Main Street and sees not only the village’s past, but its future. Two years after the village […]

Cub Scouts sign-up at LHNC

April 26, 2021

Dean Corbin of Cortland has no problem having two daughters in the Boy Scouts. “It’s awesome,” Dean Corbin said. “I am an Eagle Scout. I think it’s great.” Anelia, 11, and Elizabeth, 7, are members […]

Police await surveys

February 17, 2021

Homer Village Police Chief Robert Pitman said Tuesday he is looking forward to the results of community surveys of the police department’s operation and suggestions to improve the agency. But his department has already gotten […]

Costs to fix Little White Church mount

December 23, 2020

Only one option remains to fix major problems with the Little White Church: have a referendum to ask Homer village residents to bond for the $128,000 cost, village officials said Tuesday. The village board discussed […]

Village of Homer plans budget meetings

November 20, 2020

Homer residents still have time to attend budget review meetings for various departments in the village before village leaders present a draft budget to residents in January. “What happens is the departments submit their requests […]

Homer approves fee for uninstalled meters

October 14, 2020

While no residents spoke directly to the Homer Village board of trustees during a public hearing Tuesday, two trustees raised concerns about the village charging a fee to people who don’t respond to a village […]

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