Thanks for the link! Gold Hill gave us permission to put in tone poles on the contingency that the fairy shrimp won't be too frightened by us, but only for three months after which they'll evaluate its continuance. (At that time, they'll also consider allowing us to put in baskets, and even putting something in their budget for that.) So, that's hopeful.
Medford, on the other hand, was very bad news. Not only is the Chrissey Park area stalled for an erosion control study, it's years away; we knew that but had hoped they'd allow us to put in a tone course in a less-desirable (to us) part of Chrissey. NO. And they've dissolved their disc golf commission. And they won't meet with us again until Chrissey is ready to go.
When the paper wanted a photo shoot, we snagged portables and met them at Holmes. Had fun reliving the old days playing Holmes.