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Golf enthusiasts will soon pay just a little more if they intend to use the Los Alamos County golf course.
During Tuesday night’s county council meeting held in White Rock, council approved golf course fee increases for the 2009-2010 season, which were sponsored by Community Services Director Stephani Johnson and Recreation Division Manager Randy Smith.
Councilors Ralph Phelps and Sharon Stover were not present for the weekly meeting.
The fee increase will affect everything from season passes, daily fees and rentals to greens fee punch cards, season cart rentals and driving range punch cards. Rentals of pull carts and club rentals will not be affected by the rate increase. In addition, club storage and small locker club storage also will not see a fee increase. Private cart trail fees, private cart rider fees — 9 and 18 holes — will also remain the same as they were in 2008.
“We tried to increase enough to bring in revenue but not enough to hurt competition in the area,” Johnson said.
Johnson said that the Parks and Recreation Board met and discussed the issue on March 12.
During that meeting, the board approved the fee increase.
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