ANN ARBOR — Afraid of the city's possible sale of its Huron Hills golf course, Ann Arbor residents passed a Nov. 4 proposal to require a city vote of any attempt to sell city parkland, according to The Ann Arbor News.
The city owns two golf courses, Huron Hills and Leslie Park. The courses essentially lost money in each of the past 10 years. It was suggested in 2005 that Ann Arbor sell parts of the Huron Hills course, according to The News. However, city council members rejected the idea.
The measure passed 65-35.
Reference: "Ann Arbor ballot measure would require future sale of any parkland to be approved by city voters," The Ann Arbor News, Oct. 31, 2008