I was not in favor of new pickleball courts behind the Berger Center for the simple reason that our tennis courts were underutilized.
I am not in favor a new Berger Center for the simple reason that the Central Project Committee (CPC), after lengthy research, determined that available meeting space in Oakmont was sufficient now and into the future.
I am not in favor of subsidizing the Golf Club without receiving reciprocal remuneration.
However, the 220 acres of golf courses are an integral element of Oakmont. A loss of one (for instance in a bankruptcy proceeding) would invariably impact negatively the entire community.
The moment has arrived for the OVA to seriously consider the purchase of a segment or the entire East Course, with the ultimate objective to convert the open space into a park for the benefit of all the residents.
Time, according to John Williston, time is of the essence (“… there is little time left”.- Nextdoor)