What do you think? Should the city get out of the golf business?

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  • Robert Piercey - 3 months ago

    City golf courses are necessary as it is affordable for low income families and seniors to play a round that they can afford.
    Courses like Richmond Green have a lot of families, including young children taking advantage of an east round of golf. It encourages young children to learn the game. In addition a lot of seniors play these types of courses,

    There are other areas the city can reduce their spending on. The courses should not be in it for profits, rather a place like parks where the community can utilize them. What’s next, shut down all city parks and swimming pools. Rather increase our property taxes by a couple of dollars and I am confident no one would even notice it, nor complain.

    Richmond Green land cannot be be used for anything but a golf course, as there are citywpipinh under ground.
    If closed , there will be yearly
    Maintenance that will still cost tax payers as the land cannot sit idle. Cut back your ruthless spending in other areas , not on our affordable recreation!!!

  • Robert Piercey - 3 months ago

    City golf courses are necessary as it is affordable for low income families and seniors to play a round that they can afford.
    Courses like Richmond Green have a lot of families, including young children taking advantage of an east round of golf. It encourages young children to learn the game. In addition a lot of seniors play these types of courses,

    There are other areas the city can reduce their spending on. The courses should not be in it for profits, rather a place like parks where the community can utilize them. What’s next, shut down all city parks and swimming pools. Rather increase our property taxes by a couple of dollars and I am confident no one would even notice it, nor complain.

    Richmond Green land cannot be be used for anything but a golf course, as there are citywpipinh under ground.
    If closed , there will be yearly
    Maintenance that will still cost tax payers as the land cannot sit idle. Cut back your ruthless spending in other areas , not on our affordable recreation!!!

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