Wednesday, August 1, 2012


Golf is not the most sought after amenity in the Village. That's peculiar. However, it's not surprising that lakes win out. A lake is a lot easier to keep up than a golf course. And I'm guessing mainly the wives of golfers fill out the survey. At any rate, it doesn't make a whole lot of difference. Both lakes and golf are equally important to the survival of the Village. Both should be treated with the utmost of care. And both need to remain reasonably priced for both residents and their families. Golf courses are expensive to operate. It is reasonable, if you want eight of them, to expect the POA to subsidize them, at least to an extent. The "extent" is what we need to determine, not that they should be subsidized. That will have to be a given. Should people not want to pay a subsidy to keep them up, perhaps we could dam them and fill them with water. More lakes. A win-win situation. Except, of course, for the golfers.

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