Caller:
Why not use part of the Country Club for a cemetery? It would make a nice cemetery and they would generate some revenue and it should be low maintenance.

I'd prefer they keep the chemicals used to embalm the individuals who are buried away from the central aquifers that provide water to our community. If they fix the flooding in Brown's Field, that layer of clay may be a benefit to our environment if it was then used for a cemetery.

The CC land would ideally be used for an expansion of Madrid park. With the loss of the attempted disc golf course on the university arrowhead property, the current holes for tee golf could be adapted to lure in PDGA competitions from around the region or enthusiasts looking for new grounds to attempt while on holiday. The sport is great for a college community and most parks that have a good course find that picnicers and players mesh well when sharing space.