Tavares should run from request to buy golf course (FL)

Residents at Baytree Villas want Tavares to buy an 18-hole golf course in their development that closed last week without explanation and run it as a “first-class facility.”  Talk about really bad ideas. Municipal golf courses typically cost taxpayers a small fortune because of what analysts call “persistent unprofitability.” This is one offer the city can afford to refuse.     Read the article…………….


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