Hancock Golf Course on the Block?
Not enough revenue, they say
1) Engage the Golf Advisory Group.
2) Inform Parks and Rec Board of the process.
3) Engage the neighborhood and community and special interest groups.
4) Report findings of community engagement to the Parks and Rec Board.
5) The Parks and Recreation Department will make a final determination of how best to utilize the park.
6) Report the findings of the community engagement process to the Parks and Rec Board and City Council.
7) The Parks and Rec Department will develop a plan to implement desired changes.
This from the department which recently wanted to privatize two rec centers because it claimed it couldn't manage them as efficiently as private operators would. See the full document at www.cityofaustin.org/cityclerk/boards_commissions/meetings/39_1.htm.
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