Golf Courses may open after all

According to today's Buffalo News, county golf courses may open after all, if some fees are raised.
Golf carts would cost $2 more a round, all greens fees $4 more and tee-time permits $5 more. That would help the county hire back eight full-time employees at Elma Meadows and seven at Grover Cleveland - only one worker less than last year at each course.
If the cost to render these golf courses self-sufficient was so low, then why on earth wouldn't county government have done this years ago? I actually think it's disgusting and embarassing that the county subsidized golf courses. Why didn't they open county bowling alleys, too? It's just another reason why we don't need county government at all.

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