Saanich to re-examine restructured golf course food service

Municipality is looking to bring in a third party to ensure food and beverage service running as efficiently as possible.

The municipality is looking to bring in a third party to ensure the newly restructured food and beverage service at the Cedar Hill Golf Course is running as efficiently as possible.

Saanich’s parks and recreation director, Doug Henderson, said the focus will be on such things as: “Are we doing inventory correctly? Are we doing ordering procedures correctly? Is there anything else we need to add, within the parameters of the existing service?”

Henderson hopes to have a third party hired to conduct the evaluation before the end of the month.

Public conversations surrounding what will happen to the second floor of the clubhouse, where the restaurant used to be, won’t be held till May at the earliest.

kslavin@saanichnews.com

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