Administrators want the golf course to seek maintenance proposals from private companies, an action that could put 10 employees out of their jobs.
Eight of the employees are union members who must be offered other city jobs.
City Manager Jim Colangelo said he believes it’s unlikely a private company could provide the same quality of services at the course for less money, but he wants to provide residents — who may be asked to vote for a tax increase in November to bail the city out of financial difficulties — with a clear analysis.
Would they take a pay cut or decert? Nahhh.