|Friday Jan 14, 2022|
As reported by The First Call's Bradley Klein, California Assembly Bill 672, which threatens to convert municipal courses into high-density residential and commercial developments, took another step forward on Wednesday. Municipal courses account for 22 percent of California's total courses and 45 percent of golf played.
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California Assembly Bill 672 puts approximately 177 of the state's publicly owned golf facilities at risk of being converted into land for affordable housing
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