Bethlehem Selectmen Sign Letter Of Intent For Golf Course

A crew maintains the grounds of the town-owned Bethlehem Country Club on Tuesday. On Monday, selectmen signed a letter of intent with an undisclosed party that could be interested in leasing the golf course. (Photo by Robert Blechl)

Four months after voters authorized selectmen to explore and execute a long-term lease of the town-owned Bethlehem Country Club and golf course, the board on Monday voted to sign a letter of intent.

Because negotiations between a municipality and a potential lessee are non-public under the state’s right-to-know law until there is a final contract, the details of the letter and who the party is that’s interested in the golf course are currently undetermined.

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