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Where are the Colors at Callipe Preserve?

Original post made by Ray, Downtown, on Jul 30, 2008

Explain to me why, at a city operated golf course, the is no display for the US and State Flags. Please, let's correct this.

My proposal would be to install a pole in the area between the 1st and 10th tee, add lighting, so the flags can be displayed continuously, which would not require the employees to raise and lower the Colors daily. 1st preference would be 3 for the US flag, State flag, and the Callippe flag...I know, they don't have one...yet. This golf course is the best test of golf in the entire East Bay. I hate the fairways; I hate the greens; I hate the rough...but I love the golf course.

Let us extend our pride to this jewel and fly the colors...

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Posted by Vinelander
a resident of Vineyard Hills
on Jul 30, 2008 at 8:39 pm

City owned - not city operated. But still a good idea.

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