I've learned more, JB:
About a month ago, some parks folks were touring the grounds, and noticed alcohol consumption. Then, very recently, an organization called RVCOG was out there doing restoration work, and reported that some disc golfers were pretty rude to them, and that later they found that the things they'd planted had been torn up. They assume the destruction was done by golfers.
Apparently RVCOG talked to the city who talked to the lawyers who advised that the course be pulled (liability reasons).
It is true that parks and rec never gave permission for us to put the tones in; we all know that they were willing to pretend the course did not exist. They're not willing to do that anymore. (I understand and agree that folks seem to be forgetting that they'd initially promised us Bear Creek at one point, before they pulled Holmes, though; they later clearly UNpromised it.)
And what he said about Chrissy is true. Despite the harm this recent incident has done to the way the city perceives us, they haven't gone back on that promise. The erosion report will be complete in June. We do have people on our side.
So. Who is going to go recover the "scrap materials"?
Last, good news about the baskets. They have been found, and they will give them back to us. Of course, they want reassurance that we won't reinstall them in an unauthorized location. I've mentioned that we could use them in Gold Hill, if we get granted permission to put in baskets there... what do you think about that idea?
And, Adam -- thanks! That move makes sense. I guess
Good night, all.