There was a small argument at the Danbury City Council meeting last week over the proposal to bring a disc golf course to Danbury west side. Councilman Duane Perkins pushed for the ad hoc committee to meet about the proposal for a course at Farrington Woods park on the New York state line, first brought up three years ago.
The game involves Frisbee-like discs tossed at netted baskets, mounted on poles.
Public Works Director Antonio Iadarola was critical of the proposal over tree clearing and environmental impacts. He's asked the group proposing the course to get an insurance certificate to cover any liability during the construction.
Perkins was told to bring it up with Council leadership, and replied there was no leadership. Iadarola countered that the organizing group hasn't come through with the last requested items.