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Thursday, June 13, 2002
10 years ago in the Homer News
Although Homer City Councilman Brian Sweiven spoke before the Homer Advisory Planning Commission to favor allowing light industry into downtown, the commission voted against Sweiven's proposed ordinance. Several business operators and city councilmen contend the action was continued evidence that Homer was not friendly to new business.
Homer port and harbor commissioners recommended last week that the city push forward with a deal with Circle De Pacific Corp. that could mean $220,000 in rent and docking fees for a wood-chip storage operation.