RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) - The Chamisa Hills Golf and Country Club in Rio Rancho may have a buyer.
City officials say a local group has written a letter of intent to buy the property, but the identity of that group has not been revealed. Any deal must still be finalized.
Realtors say they got several offers during their online bidding, which started at $850,000.
The former owner says a jump in water rates is forcing him to sell.
On Thursday evening city officials will hold a work session on the issue to let the public ask questions and make comments.
That meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. Rio Rancho City Hall, 3200 Civic Center Circle.
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