The Concern

The sale of the 101-year-old course to a development group, a purchase completed in late December, worries neighbors, golfers and those wanting to preserve Garden City's largest piece of open space.

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More Than Golf

Once home to an amusement park, Plantation's 118 acres provide a haven for wildlife -- eagles, ospreys, cranes and deer -- and in high water runoff years, a check on Boise River flooding, giving excess flow a place to go.

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See Proposed Redesign, Development Footprint

Will Gustafson and his team have released a concept to reconfigure Plantation and asked for feedback. The proposal is for an 18-hole, par 68 course with development to occur along State Street.

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The Issue Is Real

The fate of a historic and cultural resource should concern everyone interested in our community's heritage, the environment and, perhaps, the century of beauty we've taken for granted. Will Gustafson, a developer based in Southern California, has stated plans for commercial and residential development that could forever alter this community resource.

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