Hacker News users have been asking for an answer to a question regarding the closures of two golf courses in the Nashville area, as well as a zoo and a nearby lake.
The Nashville Golf Course has closed after 20 years in business, while the Tennessee Zoo and a lake in Gatlinburg are currently closed.
The two Nashville golf courses are owned by Nashville Golf Club.
The zoo and lake are owned and operated by the Nashville Zoo and the lakes are operated by Gatlinburys.
The zoo has since reopened.
In Gatlinberg, the town’s Board of Commissioners voted to close its zoo.
The Tennessee Zoo, on the other hand, has been closed for the past 20 years after being closed by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.
The city of Gatlinville, meanwhile, announced on Friday that it is closing its Lake Eola Zoo in 2019.
In the meantime, Nashville is looking to get rid of the Nashville Golf course, which is located at the corner of North State and North East avenues in the community of Forest Park.
The property is currently owned by the city.
The closure of the golf course has been on the minds of many users, who are asking which golf courses will close next.
The Tennessean spoke to Nashville Mayor Nancy McFadden who told the newspaper that the golf courses have not been able to provide enough funds for upkeep.
She said that the decision to close the Nashville and Gatlinbrook golf courses came after a meeting with golf course officials earlier this year.
She noted that the city had invested millions of dollars in the parks and the golf club.
“That was our concern at that point,” McFadden said.
“They were very clear that they wanted to go back to being a public park and we were not interested in them being a private facility.”
McFadden said that Nashville had also expressed interest in a second Nashville golf course in the neighborhood, but that they have yet to be able to secure financing.
The Tennessee Zoo has been open since 1996.
The park has a total of six golf courses.
The Nashville Golf Courses were built in 1957.