No one is going to purchase this property, EVER, if it must remain a public garden. If you recall, the county bought it because it couldn't make it as a privately owned garden.
It still doesn't "make it." Maintenance and operations suck large sums of money from the county, money that could be spent better, elsewhere. The return from admissions and bookings is paltry.
So now, it's ours forever...a never-ending artesian well of red ink.
Thanks for the going away present, Bill and Bobby! One last chance to screw the taxpayers, eh?
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