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The new Municipal Golf Course was completed in time to open the second nine holes on September 19 (the first nine had opened on July 9) and play on the course exceeded all expectations. The maintenance building was completed in September, and the clubhouse was completed in October, so that the Recreation Department will be ready for a full season in 1965.
The announcement by the Air Force of the proposed deactivation of the Bomarc Missile Installation and Dow Air Force Base required a considerable planning effort for the future use of these facilities. This will constitute a major portion of the administration's activities in the coming year.
Probably the single most pressing problem in 1965 and for the next two years to come, will be the planning for the smooth and orderly transition of the use of the facilities at Dow Air Force Base from military to civilian. An excellent start has been made on establishing procedures for this project, and the community has take? a . positive approach since the proposed deactivation was announced. However, many months of hard work and tireless effort on the part of many of our citizens as well as municipal staff people will be required to achieve the desired objectives.
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City of Bangor, Maine, "Annual Report, Bangor, Maine: 1964" (1964). City of Bangor Annual Reports. 15.
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