Citing new concerns about termites and the logic of spending $400,000 to rehab the municipal golf course’s decaying clubhouse, city commissioners Monday agreed to spend $10,000 to test the structure’s air quality, assess its lead and asbestos problems and inspect it for termites.
The future of the 66-year-old clubhouse and Bradley’s Hole-in-One restaurant won’t be determined until the tests are completed, which city officials hope can be done within several weeks.
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