Evergreen

Miramar Properties has responded to the city’s ad for a request for proposal to develop a new golf course in the city. They are eying Evergreen Park, above, where a disc golf course currently sits and where a regular golf course used to be. Bret Gardella, Baytown’s community and economic development manager, said the city is just in conversations right now, but they are hoping for a course that could go up to 36 holes. (Photo by Matt Hollis)

Parks and Rec discuss new golf course

About a month after the City of Baytown ran an ad seeking requests for proposals on developing a golf course for the city, it appears there has been at least one response. 

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