ARB takes first look at golf course ‘comfort stations’

  • Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Steve McDaniel/Gazette Members of the Goose Creek Architectural Review Board got their first look at plans for a pair of comfort stations to be built on the golf course at Crowfield Golf and Country Club.



The Goose Creek Architectural Review Board took its first look at the plans for new “comfort stations” at Crowfield Golf and Country Club at their monthly meeting Monday, July 21.

The two restroom facilities are planned for locations near the fifth and 14th holes. They will be secured by locks with access only for members. The project is still in the initial phase and no timeline for completion has been set.

The board approved the initial plans presented at the meeting.

In other business, the board also gave initial approval for a new Mattress Firm to be located near Walmart and Sun Trust bank on St. James Avenue.

Several local businesses also got approval for updated signage and painting.

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