Gulf Breeze City Manager Buz Eddy June 25 asked Santa Rosa County Commissioners to delay formal declaration of an intergovernmental conflict over Tiger Point Golf Course — but the board still moved forward.
At stake is the conditional use permit granted by the county to expand the city-owned South Santa Rosa Utility System wastewater treatment plant, which is adjacent to the course.
Residents sought help from the county after the city failed to make good on a number of promises made when the municipality purchased the course for $2.8 million in December 2012. One of those promises was to improve the west golf course, which was instead shut down.
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