Since Palm Coast began running the Palm Harbor Gofl Club on taxpayers’ dime in 2009, the facility has cost close to $6 million in capital and start-up costs, and annual deficits since. Contractor Kemper Sports told the city council Tuesday that it aims to break even next year, but greater success may be elusive as golfing faces numerous challenges.
“They didn’t come up with any substantial numbers, or at least verifiable numbers,” a tourist council member said of the Palm Coast Arts Foundation’s plans for a banquet center.
The 14-screen theater in Town Center is opening to great anticipation for action on screen and, economically, beyond its walls.
The County Commission seems insensitively disconnected from the consequences of closing the black community’s only gym and community center in Bunnell.
A county-appointed rules committee has 60 days to recommend whether manatee speed zones are needed in Flagler’s waterways.
Complete language of Florida Statute § 379.2431(2)(f) which sets out the steps the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and county governments must follow when adopting rules regulating “speed and operation of motorboats for purposes of manatee protection.”
New rates: Golfers at Palm Coast’s Palm Harbor Golf Club can shoot eighteen holes of golf for $27.50 for Palm Coast residents, and $31.50 for non-residents.