The course opened in 1971, but shut down more than a decade ago. The county put the course on its environmental lands acquisition list in 2013, but was unable to come to terms on a price. A county appraisal valued the land at $600,000 based in part on the owners’ potential to put 80 homes on the property but the sellers’ appraisal set the worth at $1.7 million. The two sides eventually settled on $1.2 million, with the residents and county partnering on the purchase. Levine called it “an extorted and inflated purchase price. interview skills for recruitersWe are not willing buyers.” “They were clearly not happy with the purchase price. We recognize that,” Spirtos told the judge. But the county acted transparently, she said, and made the appraisal available to anyone who asked. Requiring a second, publicly financed appraisal is only required if the buyer and seller were seeking an open-records exemption to keep the price private.
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The Flint & Genesee Job Fair is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Baker College, 1050 W. Bristol Road in Flint Township. Check-in will be at the student center. Adults 18 and older are allowed. Interviews may be conducted on-site. Community resources, including career preparation, financial and health services, will also be available. “This event aims to be a one-stop-shop for job seekers,” said Rhetta Hunyady, vice president of education and training at the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce.
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