Craig Kessler isn’t overly concerned about a California Assembly bill that could turn municipal golf courses in the state into affordable house tracts if passed by the assembly this year. He’s more concerned with the thinking that motivated the bill.
“It is more likely than not that the bill will not gain traction among the other housing bills, which actually might help fix the problem,” said Kessler, the director of governmental affairs for the Southern California Golf Association. “But that’s not a recipe for the failure of golfers to stand up and make their opinions known on this.”
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