EAGLEBROOKE: Some residents oppose the planned sale of the Eaglebrooke golf club to the organization that provides infrastructure support to the community. That group’s chairman insists a majority of property owners support the sale.

MOWER BUSINESS: After nearly 25 years, owner Vicki Rapley is retiring Friday and closing Robin Road Repair.

LAKELAND CHARTER: The group recommending changes to the city charter wants to retain the words “so help me God” in the oath sworn by elected officials and police officers. Elsewhere, they want to change who the city clerk reports to, and they put off deciding what to do with a taxing power that might not have been used in 80 years.

LAKE GIBSON GAME: Sports reporter Bill Kemp scopes out Carol City, the nationally eight-ranked team the Lake Gibson Braves need to beat Saturday to become state 6A football champs.

Source: The Ledger

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