The Southwinds Golf Course clubhouse got a $1.3 million contractual boost from Palm Beach County commissioners, who voted to rebuild it after it was largely destroyed by Hurricane Wilma in 2005. Ocean Gate General Contractors will build a 7,900-square-foot structure, about approximately half the size of the old clubhouse, but commissioners said the smaller clubhouse will provide roughly the same services to the public. Insurance and Federal Emergency Management Agency funds will cover the costs.
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