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ARAJPB Chairman: Golf Course Was The Best Option At The Time; Replacing It Would Be Costly

The Three Crowns golf course was the best option for the former Amoco refinery site, and replacing it would be costly, said the chairman of the joint powers board that oversees the area's development.

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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Amoco Joint Powers Board Still Waits For Final Go-Ahead For Conference Center

The deals that will create the proposed conference center are coming together, but the final word from the hotel builder has yet to be uttered to commence construction, said the chairman of the board overseeing the development of the former Amoco refinery property

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Joint Powers Board Awaits Three Crowns Report

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The Three Crowns Golf Course continues to bleed money on the site of the former Amoco refinery.

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Amoco Reuse Joint Powers Board Still Waits On Conference Center Reports

The board that oversees the development of the former Amoco refinery property is still waiting for the final contract and figures of the proposed conference center.

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Amoco Board Expects Conference Center Report in October

Tom Morton, Townsquare Media 

The board that oversees the development of the former Amoco refinery will hear about the scope and costs of the proposed conference center next month, with construction beginning next year, its chairman said Wednesday.

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Joint Powers Board Forms Task Force to Look at Three Crowns Losses

The Three Crowns Golf Course on the former Amoco refinery site has lost, and continues to lose, hundreds of thousands of dollars a year since it opened in 2005.

The Amoco Reuse Agreement Joint Powers Board, which oversees the development of the site now known as the Platte River Commons, has subsidized the course from the limited funds it has to last until the end of the century

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