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Kerry Underwood, Tuscumbia mayor, speaks of the late Billy Shoemaker on Monday as grand opening is held for ALDOT’s new North Region office on Monday in Tuscumbia. The new office was named on Monday after the late Bill Shoemaker, former Division Engineer and Tuscumbia Mayor. [DAN BUSEY/TIMESDAILY]

TUSCUMBIA — The City Council Tuesday night heard impassioned pleas from some residents asking for the Spring Creek Golf Course to remain in place and not be repurposed for recreational and retail business.

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Drew Talley

A 9 hole course is hardly anything to be to sentimental over. The ideas for a multi use park seems more beneficial to wide variety of citizens, and tourist. Good luck, sounds like a winner.

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