The Rocklin Golf Club owner, Charlie Gibson, has terminated a license and access agreement with the city, which allowed the city to water grass on the now-defunct golf course. Gibson said he initially signed the agreement because City Manager Rick Horst, working on behalf of the Rocklin City Council, signed a letter of intent on Aug. 13 to buy the golf course. Months of inspections showed the city a darker future for Rocklin Golf Club.
The Rocklin Golf Club owner, Charlie Gibson, has terminated a license and access agreement with the city, which allowed the city to water grass on the now-defunct golf course. Gibson said he initially signed the agreement because City Manager Rick Horst, working on behalf of the Rocklin City Council, signed a letter of intent on Aug. 13 to buy the golf course. Months of inspections showed the city a darker future for Rocklin Golf Club. Florence Low Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
The Rocklin Golf Club owner, Charlie Gibson, has terminated a license and access agreement with the city, which allowed the city to water grass on the now-defunct golf course. Gibson said he initially signed the agreement because City Manager Rick Horst, working on behalf of the Rocklin City Council, signed a letter of intent on Aug. 13 to buy the golf course. Months of inspections showed the city a darker future for Rocklin Golf Club. Florence Low Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

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Rocklin Golf Club rejects city’s purchase offer

September 06, 2015 9:27 AM

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