In his first two days on the job, the new Cordova Recreation and Park District Administrator did some catching up on an issue that affects Rosemont.
James Rodems, the newly selected district administrator who started work on Thursday, says in a staff report that one of the items he spent time learning about on Thursday and Friday is a search for contractors to sell concessions at the Jackson Road golf course the district operates.
The district mailed a request for proposals to potential contractors on Friday, and responses are due March 19.
Then-Interim District Administrator Doug Critchfield previously said the district was looking for ways to increase revenue from food sales at the Rosemont golf course.
Rodems will have a chance to discuss the issue with the district's board of directors at their meeting Wednesday–the first meeting since he started with the district.
The board will also discuss the Strategic Master Plan, although no action is scheduled to be taken.
The full agenda is attached to this article as a PDF.
Cordova Recreation and Park District Board of Directors meeting
Wednesday, Feb. 22
2197 Chase Dr., Rancho Cordova