South Dakota’s Lincoln County officials are taking a hands-off approach to the question of whether some parts ofCourse should be converted into a , a report said.
County commissioners claimed they do not have the power to influence the discussion either way since the land is considered state land.
On Tuesday, the leadership declined the resolution calling for a moratorium onGame, Fish, and Parks’ plans to transform the course into a .
The resolution expresses frustrations ofresidents who don’t wish to see “a combination of , , tents, , or ” in their neighborhood, as per Committee’s report. The committee represents 79 homes and over 150 residents around the course.
The five-member Lincoln County panel was urged to “abandon plans” forof the Country Club in including activities that extend beyond daytime and exclude and . The resolution also called holding off land transfer until GFP and the Community reached an approved plan.
The vote was 3-1, with 3 votes for and three against.
This story originally appeared on Argus Leader.