Ky Lawn considering taking back site’s ownershipAugust 27, 2014 3:45am
Upgrading the Kyabram Lawn Tennis Club is one of the major factors halting a proposed Council transfer of ownership.
Kyabram Lawn Tennis Club could soon change hands after a Shire of Campaspe council proposal to hand back ownership of the site to the club members.
Initially proposed four years ago but rejected, the site remains under the stewardship of the council, who wants ownership returned to the club in an effort to reduce its asset renewal burden.
However, the biggest issue facing a proposed transfer is the state of the site’s clubhouse, with money for a new clubhouse outlined in last year’s shire budget.
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