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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

David Monroe of Tetratech presents the plan.

This is my third time hearing it. It is a great presentation, but, at this point, I think I could give it myself. Supervisor Sean Elsbernd asked a pertinent question about the objective of the report being reviewed. He reinforced the point that the primary objective of Tetratech's report was to develop a plan that restores habitat for the snake. Not to preserve the course, but to restore habitat for the snake. Their conclusion was that the A18 plan - to restore the habitat and keep 18 holes - was the best plan to meet that objective.

We are now hearing more about kikuyu grass than anyone would ever want to know. Inexplicably, I find the discussion fascinating.

-- Sent from my Palm Prē

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