The Green Valley Recreation board on Tuesday unanimously approved pursuing a collaboration with Pima County that could see it eventually managing the closed Canoa Hills golf course.The board was called into executive session to help expedite the county's request in an effort to get the deal done by the end of the year.Course owner Morgan North approached the county in June with an offer to donate 130 acres of fairways, which would likely be converted into trails and walking paths.
The owner of the shuttered Canoa Hills golf course is offering to donate most of the site to Pima County in a deal that could see GVR overseeing converted fairways with trails and walking paths.Morgan North, who bought Canoa Hills in 2014, pitched the idea to the county in June.Chris Cawein, director of the county's Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation department, turned down the offer “given the extreme costs associated with maintenance and upkeep,” according to a memo.
Forget the photos. Kathy and Don Champagne's summer vacation can best be summed up by the numbers: Throw in some great memories — like photo-bombing a group of Buddhist monks on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial — and you have the makings of a terrific adventure.For the Champagnes, the trip was all about the long road home.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Exact case matching or punctuation
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