The report recommends that the nonprofit corporation pay $1 for the golf courses, either for a 30-year lease, or to own the courses outright. Deeding city property to a private entity would require a vote of the people, Parks commissioner and attorney Jim Lazarus informs me.
The private corporation would in turn lease the courses to a concessionaire, causing them to be much better managed than they are under city government, and thus better to "concentrate on, and quickly address, the needs of the golfing public."
Here's my analysis: What we really need are public officials who concentrate on and address the needs of the public at large, not of the golf industry. We need to end the political career of a mayor who's out catting around while schemers ravish our city.