Lee County Parks and Rec wins in Grand Island case (GA)

A judge ruled against the Grand Island Homeowners Association in its lawsuit against the Lee County Parks and Recreation Department on Thursday afternoon.  The association was trying to stop the construction of a hospital on the Grand Island golf course, which is owned by the Parks and Recreation Authority. The department recently announced the golf course will be closing Dec. 15.    Read the article…………….


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