The small dam in Milliken Creek is a concern for residents in Napa, Calif., who are hoping to avoid a repeat of a devastating 2005 flood. Under the agreement, the dam should be dismantled in 2016 or 2017, and will cost more than $1 million, paid for by taxpayers, homeowners and the resort.
The California property is fighting its state’s drought by digging a depression to hold 3.4 million gallons of recycled water from the local sanitation district that will be used for irrigation.
Whirlwind Golf Club at Wildhorse Pass in Chandler, Ariz., reported the most money raised by a single property with $2.3 million to benefit national and local philanthropic organizations.
The Royal Oak space at the Napa, Calif., resort will feature Ad Lib, a casual, temporary restaurant that will be operated by Thomas Keller Restaurant Group and offer classic American dishes.
The Napa Valley Country Club will be the eventual destination of the 5-mile pipeline, and has served as a major source of funding for the project.
As summer heats up, members crave smoothies to keep themselves cool.