The Homer City Council postponed its decision Monday on whether to extend city water services to a low-income housing development outside of city limits. East End Partners offered the city $100,000 to provide city water services at the site in Kachemak City. However, the ordinance would not allow other residents outside of city limits to access Homer city water.
The council wants the Kachemak City Council to decide whether it will write a letter of support for the ordinance before it votes on the measure. The Kachemak council will meet Tuesday.
The Homer City Council will take up the ordinance at its next regularly scheduled meeting on March 26.