The Homer City Council will consider some important prospective ordinances in its last meeting of 2022 when it convenes next Monday, Nov. 28 at the Cowles Council Chambers.
One of the ordinances, which was introduced on Nov. 14, is Ordinance 22-78, brought to the council by the City Manager and the Port Director. This ordinance would appropriate $49,690 from the Port and Harbor Reserves for the design of parking improvements to the parking lots at the Boathouse Pavilion, Seafarer’s Memorial, and harbor ramps three and four.
In a memo from Harbormaster/Port Director Bryan Hawkins to the Homer City Council and Mayor Ken Castner on Nov. 3, Hawkins cited that
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