What exactly are you proposing?
How can we be sure that the senior homes won’t be flipped into some other type of development, like low-income apartments?
Won’t this plan just open the floodgates to even more development?
How can we be sure that the course improvements and open space amenities will be created?
How can we be sure that the new open space amenities will be maintained?
What about your delinquent property taxes?
Has the owner tried to do something similar at other golf courses?
What is the Development Agreement and how does it ensure your promises are kept?
Why can’t there be two 18-hole golf courses?
What happens if the plan is not approved?
If the plan is not approved, will the city or a new owner take over maintenance of the property?
Why don’t you just sell to someone else who can run the courses profitably?
Why do you think a single course will be successful and that we won’t just be right back to the same position in the future?
Can the golf course be supported by an HOA like sustainable courses in residential neighborhoods elsewhere?
How will the proceeds from the sale of the new senior homes be used?
How will approval of the plan impact home values?
Why did you choose senior homes?
What are you doing about the condition of the property today?
How will the increased traffic from the plan be handled?
How will the plan impact fire and emergency services?
A Decade of Losses
Since purchasing the Shadow Lakes and Deer Ridge property 11 years ago, there have been substantial operating losses every year no matter what experts were hired or what changes were implemented.
Despite more than a decade of patience and numerous management approaches, the Shadow Lakes and Deer Ridge golf courses remain unprofitable and unsustainable.
CLICK HERE to read the letter our accountants sent to the Brentwood City Council.
When Shadow Lakes and Deer Ridge courses were put on the market for sale in 2012, there was zero interest.
Accrued & Delinquent Real Estate Tax
List of Closed Courses
Rather than close one or both of the Shadow Lakes and Deer Ridge courses, we can consolidate into one course for the opportunity to create open space amenities for the community and subsidize future operations for a better golf experience.
Avoid Traffic Impacts
Avoid School Impacts
(While providing more revenue)
Maintain a Healthy Balance of Home Types
Nearby Healthcare Facilities