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Leeton Shire Council endorsed the continued management and operation of the Leeton Golf Course for the period 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2021 at its March Ordinary Council meeting.
Since resolving to continue the operation of the course for a further two year period at its February 2015 Ordinary Meeting, Council has continued to liaise closely with the Leeton Golf Course Sub Committee and the current Club Professional on the future direction and operation of the facility.
Acting Director of Corporate Services Andrew Reilly stated in his report to Council that recently the Leeton Golf Course Sub Committee had developed a Management Plan to determine how they could continue to effectively support Leeton Shire Council in the continued operation of the course.
Three of the key objectives included in the Management Plan are:
Addressing the large crowd of players and volunteers from the Leeton Golf Course who attended the March Ordinary Council Meeting, Mayor Maytom expressed his sincere thanks on behalf of Council to all involved with the Golf Course for the tremendous effort and passion they have shown to not only keeping the course well maintained but placing it in a strong position for a bright future due to their sustained effort in all areas.
Mayor Cr Paul Maytom also added that a private consortium, titled the “Leeton Golf Benevolent Fund”, was also recently established with the primary objective of raising capital for the Leeton Golf Course.
“This fund will work in consultation with the Council and the Golf Club Sub Committee whereby funds raised can be used to support capital works at the course. It is extremely pleasing to see such private investment being coordinated by local community members in a bid to further improve the amenity of Leeton Golf Course.”
It should be noted that Council will continue to consider any alternative commercially viable offers for managing the golf course in the event that any come forward during this period of agreement.
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