City Council Honors Koch–New Bathroom set for Green Hills Golf Course

Written by on July 3, 2019

The Worland City Council met Tuesday night for a regular meeting at City Hall. Mayor Jim Gill began the meeting with a moment of silence for Dennis Koch who passed away last week. Gill noted that Koch was a great councilman and will be dearly missed.
The council had a short agenda–but one of the major items discussed was that the council will host a meeting at Green Hills Golf Course on August 6th and the public is invited to attend. The meeting is set for 6:00 P.M. The council and members of the golf course invite parents to bring kids who may be interested in the game to participate in a small set of golf related activities on the evening.
Discussions on the golf course continued with Mayor Jim Gill asking the council to appropriate $25,000 towards a new restroom on the original 9–as the old bathroom is in severe disrepair. Gill is hoping for some volunteer help and perhaps even some materials to be donated by members of the golfing public.
Director of Public Works Brian Burky noted he hopes to do the work this fall as the golf season slows down. The city would have to trench a small sewer line to Airport Road. The city would take care to avoid the irrigation system and do as little damage as possible to the golf course. A motion was approved–with the contingency of a budget resolution being passed by the council at a future meeting.

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