Close the golf course?

“…develop a plan for the future, current results are not sustainable, (the) trend is not positive.” Translation: Close the golf course. If this appears as an overreaction to an innocuous planning session, that would be a wrong conclusion. This work session is the springboard used to place the closing issue on the election ballot at next year’s annual meeting. By then this issue could be a distant memory.
When I moved to Lake Monticello, a primary incentive was the many amenities the community offered to its residents. The HOA fees we all pay cover the cost of these amenities. Many of us use these facilities depending on our interests, but they are available to all residents. To arbitrarily consider the closing of one primary amenity – the golf course – is the signal that others may follow. Is the Monday night Dogwood League (a social/golf gathering) any less important than the Newcomer’s Club? Is the Golf Youth Foundation any less important than the ball park or the pool and lake?
We have all heard about the board’s proposed age restriction rule. The vocal response from residents convinced the board to change the proposal to a “code of conduct.”
Vocal responses do get results! A physical presence by residents cannot be overlooked.
It is imperative that residents attend on June 12. It was once written, “…do not ask for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for (you).”

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