Enumclaw City Council on split vote approves negotiations with Swiftwater Consulting to manage golf course

The Enumclaw City Council voted 3-2 to allow the administration to enter into negotiations with Swiftwater Consulting to manage and operate the city-owned golf course.

The Enumclaw City Council voted 3-2 to allow the administration to enter into negotiations with Swiftwater Consulting to manage and operate the city-owned golf course.

Voting yes were council members Glen Jensen, Jim Hogan and Kyle Diercks,

Voting no were Darrel Dickson and Chance La Fleur.

Councilman Sean Kerbs was not present, but sent a message he supported Swiftwater. Councilman Mike Ennis was also not present.

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