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Golf course contract settled after year of debate; City subsidy of about $10.51 per player will remain in place, course to stay ‘dry’

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The Roswell City Council voted 10-0 Thursday night to leave the management contract for Nancy Lopez Golf Course at Spring River with a local firm, after more than a year of discussions on how to reduce the city's costs to operate and maintain the 144-acre course. (Submitted Photo)

After more than a year of debate and discussion, the Roswell City Council has decided to leave the management of the municipal golf course in the same local hands, seemingly foregoing grandiose plans for wedding ceremonies on the signature hole and other long-discussed, revenue-generating ideas such as alcohol sales.