The Homer City Council and Sarah Pritchard, chief operating officer for Banks County Golf, met to continue discussion regarding how the development will proceed into the future.
At a meeting held earlier this month, the council and city attorney expressed concern regarding inspection of infrastructure during the construction phases. The council wanted the ability to conduct inspections during all stages of the development.
According to City Attorney David Syfan, construction in phase three started up and the town administration felt a little in the dark about what was going on.
“I know there is some dispute, and I would rather not talk about the dispute,” said Syfan. “I would rather talk about an agreement.”
Based on plans submitted to the EPD, total rooftops will total 350 upon buildout. This development has the potential, upon complete buildout, to more than double the population of the town.
“I have no clue how big a development this is to you all, but it is a very big development to the town of Homer,” said Syfan.
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