Bonds to help pay for new clubhouse a...

Bonds to help pay for new clubhouse at Glenwoodie

There are 2 comments on the The SouthtownStar story from Aug 16, 2010, titled Bonds to help pay for new clubhouse at Glenwoodie. In it, The SouthtownStar reports that:

Glenwood is looking to tee off on a whole new clubhouse at Glenwoodie Golf Course rather than patch up what's already there.

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Calumet City, IL

#1 Aug 28, 2010
funny how the village of glenwood always comes up with or finds money for things they deem worthy. too bad employess salaries are not on this list. why does this village continue to pour money into that hole of a golf course which loses money every single year? look at the status of the new homes that were built on the golf course they are mostly vacant or just plain vacant lots. stop pouring good money after bad money into that money pit just because village "leaders" like to drink there.
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Chicago Heights, IL

#3 Sep 4, 2010
This is so stupid. I hope Joe Barry and Durkin have a drink or two for me at their new drinking hall they are putting up. What simple minded fellows

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