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I like the open space. Converting it already has involved hiring a full time position over Parks and a commissioned study by the National Golf Foundation that recommends spending a million in improvements. To talk about the change we'll get landscape architects, planners, Golf Course consultants and a civil engineering firm. It's not worth letting the city get involved to improve things. I 'm not unsympathetic to affordable housing but that is already being invested in and oh yah that Cherry Street project has been abandoned. As for the homeless the city has welcomed them but has no plan beyond the welcome.

From: Selling golf course property would be very short-sighted | Letter to the editor

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