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Wellington wants more info before closing Wanderers Club deal

The Village Council also seeks a better price for the parkland
The Wanderer's Club in Wellington

The Wanderers Club in Wellington

Wellington Village Council members are hesitant about buying the former executive golf course at the Wanderers Club without a better idea of future costs and potential uses. The council hopes to use the land as a park.

The council asked for a “best and final” offer by the end of November, saying the nearly $1.1 million proposed price was too high, according to the Palm Beach Post.

They also asked for more detailed projections about how much the 38-acre property, located at the corner of Greenbriar Boulevard and Aero Club Drive, would cost the village to maintain.

Staff last told the council that the land as-is would cost as much as $100,000 annually.

“There’s going to be a cost involved of getting it back to working as a passive park,” said Mayor Bob Margolis. “Yes, we need a park, but why not use a park we already have? … In my mind, I don’t see a use for it.” [Palm Beach Post] Christopher Cameron