Touring the course and speaking about its history, Person pointed out a tee marker dated 1912. He also said that although lunches will be available in the historic Adirondack style clubhouse, the buildings historic character would be maintained.
Town of Chesterfield Town Supervisor Gerry Morrow says, We are happy to see nice friendly development. Kim and Steve have always done well by the community. The project will help the economy of the Town Chesterfield very much because of the assessed valuations that it will bring us. Morrow pointed out that the developers are paying for installation of all roads and water lines. He further said the water fees paid by the new home owners should help keep the water rates down for existing Port Kent water district customers.
Its clear that a new chapter in the history of Port Kent has begun. During the next few months, it is anticipated that a beautiful golf course will take shape and several new homes will be completed and sold. Both Steve Fuller and Kim Marsha want their project to be a legacy for the Port Kent community, the Town of Chesterfield and Essex County.