Golfers teed off on playing conditions at Roseburg’s municipal golf course before the City Council voted unanimously Monday to seek a private contractor to run what has become a money loser for the city. While golfers complained about moss on the greens, city staff members said they were concerned about the annual deficits at the Stewart Park Golf Course. Councilors said they hope a private business can be more successful. “Running a golf course is one problem the city really doesn’t need,” Councilor Marty Katz said. Golf revenues dropped by about $40,000 in 2009 to $306,000 and have remained relatively …
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