The Camdenton, Mo., golf course’s planned development would include an 84-room lodge, an indoor pool, marinas, an ice rink and a conference center. In Flagstaff, Ariz., The Little America Hotel is planning an expansion of its property with a new golf course, 1,400 houses, a shopping center and a second hotel, though the project is raising concerns about water and traffic.
The Old Kinderhook golf course in Camdenton, Mo., is planning a destination resort, the Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune reported.
The proposed development would include an 84-room lodge, an indoor pool, marinas, an ice rink and a conference center, the Tribune reported.
The development is designed to bring visitors to Kinderhook throughout the year, said Bob Renkan, executive director. Currently, visitors generally come only when the lake and golf course are open, the Tribune reported.
The new resort would bring several additions to the area, including a new grocery store, more shopping centers, and a new movie theater that will open soon. The new lodge will create about 24 new jobs. Developers hope to have it open a year from now, the Tribune reported.
A resort property in Arizona is planning an expansion that could face some resistance. The Little America Hotel Flagstaff (Ariz.) plans a major expansion, a project that is raising concerns about water and traffic, the Phoenix-based KSAZ-TV reported.
The project will include a new golf course, 1,400 houses, a shopping center and a second hotel, KSAZ-TV reported.
Flagstaff city planners are recommending that the regional plan be amended to permit the 537-acre project. However, the staffer’s recommendation sets various conditions regarding water and traffic, KSAZ-TV reported.
“General plans are not static documents,” said the staff recommendation submitted Wednesday to the city planning and zoning commission. “They recognize growth as a dynamic process, which will require revisions to the plan as circumstances, prudence, and compelling reason warrant.”
A staff report said Flagstaff doesn’t have enough reclaimed wastewater to irrigate the new golf course, so its construction likely would have to wait until the rest of the project generates wastewater to be treated and recycled, KSAZ-TV reported.
The city planning commission plans a second hearing on the project on November 13, KSAZ-TV reported.