Note from the Publisher

Regarding East Bay Golf Course:

It is time for Provo City and members of the Provo City Council to stop considering its only golf course as potential surplus land.

After many years of slowly taking away golf course land for development, it is truly only the East Bay golfing community that has made a compromise.

The only win-win situation in regarding Wasatch Educational's proposal is to build three new holes, at championship quality specs, build out the northern wedge and then be DONE.

I suggest as part of the sale of the northern wedge, an estimated value of over $6 million dollars, that Provo City and the City Council to establish a East Bay Golf Course account of $3 million dollars for Provo Parks and Recreation to be used in future capitol improvements, facility management and operations of East Bay Golf Course.

I also suggest that Provo City and the City Council find the legal means to protect the reconfigured championship golf course, as well as the executive course, in perpetuity, from ever being considered for future development or surplus land again.

Wasatch Educational's request of Right of First Refusal (on holes 13, 14 & 18) for 50-years and/or an option to purchase the southern wedge should be removed completely from the letter of intent.

 

Respectfully,

Randy Dodson

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