3/3/2014 0:00:00

At a recent Council Meeting, Miami Springs Police Officer, Jorge Capote highlighted the elephant in the Miami Springs budget: The incredible losses that have built up operating the Miami Springs Golf and Country Club. According to Jorge Capote`s findings, it was $8.88 Million.

That`s an average of over $600,000 lost each year since 2000.

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Today, Allie Conti of the Miami New Times is also reporting losses of over $8 Million at the golf course since 2000. In her report, she highlights the glorious past of the golf course, but points to former director Michael Aldridge as a possible source of some of the financial troubles. The article points to the former director`s multiple DUI arrests and his abrupt resignation last year.

Read the full article at the Miami New Times.



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