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Cedar Hills Golf Club Losing Money

Cedar Hills Golf Club Losing Money



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CEDAR HILLS, Utah (AP) -- The Cedar Hills Golf Club has failed to bring in the projected revenues and city residents may have to pay off its 233 thousand dollars debt.

Revenues since the 18-hole course at the mouth of American Fork Canyon opened in August 2003 have been well below projections.

The City Council is considering charging households eleven dollars a month for a year, which would take care of the current shortfall but not deal with future deficits.

The council plans to hold town meetings about the issue in December.

Alternatives to the fee include selling the course, cutting services or raising property taxes, he said.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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