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Hamilton County Conservation Board approves new fees for Briggs Woods Golf Course and camping facilities.
Posted: Feb 14 2013 by ppowers

 On Thursday morning the Hamilton County Conservation Board approved the new fees for the 2013 season. Golfers at the Briggs Woods Golf Course will see a five percent increase in fees this year.  A Family Pass will be increasing to an additional $40 while the Single Pass at Briggs Woods will increase an additional $30.The Daily Green Fees will remain the same this year. 

As for the camping fees, the board looked at reviewing the current rates from last season. The board approved a $3.00 increase for full hookup including water,sewer and electricity. It will mean the cost will be at $24 from the current $21. Electric and water rates will see an increase of $2.00 to a new fee of $21. The electric sites will be increasing an additional one dollar. The new fees will take effect  this spring. The reason for these increases is to comply with the 2013-14 conservation department budget which was approved during their meeting. The conservation department budget will be forwarded to the Hamilton County Supervisors for their review.

The cabin plans were not available for review but will be ready for review at the next board meeting set for Thursday,February 28th.

 On Thursday morning the Hamilton County Conservation Board approved the new fees for the 2013 season. Golfers at the Briggs Woods Golf Course will see a five percent increase in fees this year.  A Family Pass will be increasing to an additional $40 while the Single Pass at Briggs Woods will increase an additional $30.The Daily Green Fees will remain the same this year. 

As for the camping fees, the board looked at reviewing the current rates from last season. The board approved a $3.00 increase for full hookup including water,sewer and electricity. It will mean the cost will be at $24 from the current $21. Electric and water rates will see an increase of $2.00 to a new fee of $21. The electric sites will be increasing an additional one dollar. The new fees will take effect  this spring. The reason for these increases is to comply with the 2013-14 conservation department budget which was approved during their meeting. The conservation department budget will be forwarded to the Hamilton County Supervisors for their review.

The cabin plans were not available for review but will be ready for review at the next board meeting set for Thursday,February 28th.

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