Troubled golf course calls it quits (VA)

Conditions had deteriorated further in recent weeks, according to Esther Lee, president of the River’s Bend Homeowners Association. She said the course had fallen out of compliance with the county’s vegetation ordinance after grass and weeds in some spots had grown higher than 18 inches.   Read the article………


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