Owners of Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina, pictured in July 2014, have signed a letter of intent with a conservation nonprofit to turn part of the land into a park, instead of building homes on the former golf course.
Owners of Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina, pictured in July 2014, have signed a letter of intent with a conservation nonprofit to turn part of the land into a park, instead of building homes on the former golf course. Sarah Shaw NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Owners of Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina, pictured in July 2014, have signed a letter of intent with a conservation nonprofit to turn part of the land into a park, instead of building homes on the former golf course. Sarah Shaw NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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