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  2. Kevin   Collins

    2001 Cushman SDI 225

    2001 Cushman Truckster 2015 SDI 225 sprayer, 416 original hours, had a turfco topdresser on it for most of its life, that why the low hours, 15ft boom 10inch spacing , comes with 20ft boom with 20 inch spacing and foam marker hose extensions

    Arlington , Vermont

    $12,000.00

  3. Jason Mullins

    2007 Toro 648

    Toro 648 aerator very clean choice of tines and fingers

    Olmsted falls, Ohio

    $14,500.00

  4. Jason Mullins

    2017 Toro transpro 100

    2018 season Toro transpro 100 trailers 7 available

    Olmsted falls, Ohio

    $600.00

  5. Hunter Videll

    2002 Toro Set of 5 Verticut Dethatching Reels Model 03872

    Set of 5 2002 Toro Verticut Dethatching Reels Model 03872. Fits on Reelmaster Fairway Mower 5500D, 6500D,6700D . Good shape, ready to use.

    LAKE PLACID, Florida

    $2,295.00

  6. Joseph  Ehrenreich

    Lawn Care Technician

    Residential Turf & Plant Care Technician If you are a turf and/or shrub care application tech looking to develop your skills and industry knowledge our agronomists look forward to mentoring you. If you work well in a fast paced environment, enjoy continued professional growth and strive for perfection, then we have an opportunity for you. South Jersey Turf Consultants, founded in 2009, believes in utilizing agronomic and horticultural best practices to deliver exceptional results fro our clients. Duties & Responsibilities Perform routine fertilization and pesticide applications on residential lawns as well as commercial and municipal sites. Tree and shrub pest knowledge and a general horticultural background are a plus. Tasks to include, but not limited to: Top-dressing, aeration, seeding, sodding, turf applications and pest identification. Perform basic preventative maintenance on all equipment which you use. All other duties as assigned by management. Requirements Experience: One year in a similar position or three plus years in the turf fertilization and application industry, with a passion to learn and strive for perfection. Shrub care and general horticulture experience would be a plus. Physical: Ability to frequently lift 50 or more pounds. Stand or walk for 8 or more hours. Ability to bend, kneel and squat/crouching for long duration. Twisting, pushing and pulling, while using equipment and hand tools. Sitting as needed to operate trucks, tractors and other equipment. Ability to use mechanic's tools, such as, screwdrivers and wrenches. Driver's License: Clean New Jersey Motor Vehicle license with the ability to pass a required DOT physical. Class B CDL a plus. Work Hours: Vary by season of the year. Generally 7:00 am - 3:30 pm plus overtime as required. Weekend work is required as needed. Environmental and Safety Hazards: Work predominately outdoors in all climate conditions, hot, cold, rain, etc. Exposure to noise of equipment, dust and toxic chemicals. Individuals should be familiar with PPE. Knowledge needed: General knowledge of turf care with shrub care a plus. Basic math. A mechanical aptitude. Ability to operate: tractors, aerators, sprayers and a variety of other powered equipment. A basic understanding of soils, nutrients and pests that impact lawns and shrubs. Competence with computer software such as MS Office. Licenses: Possess or ability to obtain the following licenses: NJ Pesticide operator or applicator in the categories required to perform your job duties. NJ PROFACT fertilizer applicator license. Desire: The motivation, drive and determination to be the best in the industry, providing our clients with the highest level of service and performance possible. This position requires the desire to be part of a fast paced culture of continuous improvement and striving for perfection.

    Tabernacle, New Jersey. Date Job is Available: . Salary: BOE

  7. Joseph  Ehrenreich

    Turf Specialist/Agronomist

    Residential Turf & Plant Care Specialist If you are a turf professional that enjoys a fast paced environment, continued professional growth and striving for perfection, then we have an opportunity for you. South Jersey Turf Consultants, founded in 2009, believes in utilizing agronomic and horticultural best practices to deliver exceptional results fro our clients. Duties & Responsibilities Perform routine fertilization and pesticide applications on residential lawns as well as commercial and municipal sites. Tree and shrub pest knowledge and a general horticultural background are a plus. Tasks to include, but not limited to: Top-dressing, aeration, seeding, sodding, turf applications and pest identification. Perform basic preventative maintenance on all equipment which you use. All other duties as assigned by management. Requirements Experience: One year in a similar position or three plus years in the turf fertilization and application industry, with a passion to learn and strive for perfection. Shrub care and general horticulture experience would be a plus. Physical: Ability to frequently lift 50 or more pounds. Stand or walk for 8 or more hours. Ability to bend, kneel and squat/crouching for long duration. Twisting, pushing and pulling, while using equipment and hand tools. Sitting as needed to operate trucks, tractors and other equipment. Ability to use mechanic's tools, such as, screwdrivers and wrenches. Driver's License: Clean New Jersey Motor Vehicle license with the ability to pass a required DOT physical. Class B CDL a plus. Work Hours: Vary by season of the year. Generally 7:00 am - 3:30 pm plus overtime as required. Weekend work is required as needed. Environmental and Safety Hazards: Work predominately outdoors in all climate conditions, hot, cold, rain, etc. Exposure to noise of equipment, dust and toxic chemicals. Individuals should be familiar with PPE. Knowledge needed: General knowledge of turf care with shrub care a plus. Basic math. A mechanical aptitude. Ability to operate: tractors, aerators, sprayers and a variety of other powered equipment. A basic understanding of soils, nutrients and pests that impact lawns and shrubs. Competence with computer software such as MS Office. Licenses: Possess or ability to obtain the following licenses: NJ Pesticide operator or applicator in the categories required to perform your job duties. NJ PROFACT fertilizer applicator license. Desire: The motivation, drive and determination to be the best in the industry, providing our clients with the highest level of service and performance possible. This position requires the desire to be part of a fast paced culture of continuous improvement and striving for perfection.

    Tabernacle, New Jersey. Date Job is Available: . Salary: Commensurate with experience

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  9. Joseph  Ehrenreich

    Sports Turf Manager

    Athletic Field Professional If you are a turf professional that enjoys a fast paced environment, continued professional growth and striving for perfection, then we have an opportunity for you. South Jersey Turf Consultants, founded in 2009, believes in utilizing agronomic and horticultural best practices to deliver exceptional results for our clients. Duties & Responsibilities Perform routine maintenance, reconstruction, fertilization and pesticide applications on athletic fields. Task to include, but not limited to: Field layout, set up and striping, grooming of infields, mound and plate repair, top -dressing, aeration, seeding, sodding, turf applications and detail mowing. Also responsible for synthetic field grooming and maintenance. Perform basic preventative maintenance on all equipment which you use. Requirements Experience: One year in a similar position or three plus years in the turf or landscape construction industry with a passion to learn and strive for perfection. Physical: Ability to frequently lift 50 or more pounds. Stand or walk for 8 or more hours. Ability to bend, kneel and squat/crouching for long duration. Twisting, pushing and pulling while using hand tools. Sitting as needed to operate trucks, tractors and other equipment as needed. Ability to use mechanic’s tools such as screwdrivers and wrenches. Driver’s License: Clean New Jersey Motor Vehicle license with the ability to pass the required DOT physical. Class B CDL a plus. Work Hours: Vary by project and season of the year. Generally; 7:00 am – 3:30 pm plus overtime as required. Weekend work as required. Environmental and Safety Hazards: Work predominately outdoors in all climate conditions, hot, cold, rain etc. Exposure to noise of equipment, dust and toxic chemicals. Individual should be familiar with PPE. Knowledge needed: General knowledge of athletic field construction, field dimensions and layout. Basic math and geometry. A mechanical aptitude. Ability to operate: tractors, aerators, Line/paint sprayers, infield groomers, skid-steer loaders and a variety of other powered equipment. A working knowledge of lasers and transits. A basic understanding of turf care including soils, nutrients and pests that may impact athletic fields. Competence with computer software such as MS Office. Licenses: Possess or ability to obtain the following licenses: NJ Pesticide operator or applicator in the categories required to perform your job duties. NJ PROFACT fertilizer applicator licenses. Desire: The motivation, drive and determination to be the best in the industry, providing our clients with the highest level of service and performance possible. This position requires the desire to be part of a culture of continuous improvement and striving for perfection. Salary/Wage/Benefits: Commensurate with experience. Benefits include: Health Insurance, PTO, Uniforms, Company Phone etc.

    Tabernacle, New Jersey. Date Job is Available: . Salary: Commensurate with experience

  10. Stephen logan

    Assistant Superintendent

    Fountains Country Club is a 36-hole private club located in Lake Worth, Fl. Both the West and South courses were designed by world renowned architects Robert Von Hagge and Bruce Devlin who intertwined the holes within a gated golf community on 865 acres. The courses consist of bermudagrass tees, fairways, and rough with tifeagle greens on the west course and champion greens on the south. Fountains Country Club is seeking a Golf Course Assistant Superintendent 1. The Assistant Superintendent will work closely with Director of Agronomy, Head Mechanic and other team leaders to ensure member expectations are met daily. This position will be heavily involved in leading GCM staff, planning/executing projects, budgeting, implementing cultural practices, moisture management, and pesticide applications. Fountains GCM aims to provide a favorable environment to further prepare an individual for the next step in their career while providing a balanced work/family lifestyle. Fountains CC will be carrying out various large scale projects in the upcoming months. These projects will provide the right individual a tremendous opportunity to compile experience conducive to becoming a Golf Course Superintendent.

    Lake Worth, Florida. Date Job is Available: . Salary: 45,000-55,000/yr

  11. Luke Gancarz

    2nd Assistant Superintendent

    • Oversees the IPM Department (Integrated Pest Management) including maintaining proper inventories and records as well as scheduling and supervising all fertilizer and pesticide applicators with an emphasis on proper safety. • Participates in the maintenance of the golf course tees, greens, fairways, and cart paths; assists in coordinating with the Equipment Manager the maintenance and repair of motorized and other mechanical equipment; and schedules affected work appropriately. • Perform various agronomic duties and directly manages crews and projects. • Supervise and schedule all pesticide and fertilizer applications on 36 hole complex. • Monitor the safe operation of all IPM sprayers and spreaders including proper maintenance and cleaning in a safe and proper manner. • Track inventories and develop order lists when appropriate. • Responsible for checking in and quantify all deliveries and properly store product. • Supervise and/or participate in applications as necessary. • Maintain proper and complete records and schedules. • Participate in daily supervision of mowing, bunker maintenance and other agronomic duties and small projects. • Exercise appropriate disciplinary action with staff. • Create staff schedule. • Order supplies necessary for the department. • Enforce Quail policies/procedures for staff. • Provide conflict resolution and counseling to employees. • This position will require weekend duty every third weekend. • Perform other functions as assigned by management.

    Boynton Beach, Florida. Date Job is Available: . Salary: 40,000+

  12. Chris Markel

    Assistant-in-Training

    Westhaven Golf Club is an 18 hole private golf club located in Franklin, TN just south of Nashville. We are looking for a hard working, self motivated individual to join our team as an assistant-in-training. The golf club opened for play in 2010 is part of the fast growing Westhaven community! We have bentgrass greens, Zorro zoysia collars and fairways, and Bermuda tees and fairways. The assistant in training will be involved with all aspects of course maintenance.

    Franklin , Tennessee. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $15 to 16/hr DOE plus overtime

  13. Nick Price

    Turf Equipment Technician

    The responsibility of the Mechanic is to assist in maintaining the excellent playing condition of the golf course. The Mechanic will perform major and minor mechanical repairs on a variety of diesel and gasoline powered equipment under the general direction of the Superintendent. The Mechanic will be required to check and setup reel mowers daily as well as check quality of cut and perform grinding practices as required for reels and bed knives. The course and maintenance facilities will be completely renovated starting January 1, 2020. A brand new maintenance shop will be moved and all new shop equipment provided. Knowledge in maintenance shop setup and construction a huge plus. Responsibilities: • Conduct an effective routine and preventative maintenance program on all golf course equipment • Keep repair and maintenance records on all equipment • Inspect, diagnose, and repair mechanical problems for all maintenance equipment • Set heights and sharpen blades on all cutting equipment • Price comparison on all related parts and materials before ordering • Maintain a clean shop area and keep it orderly and efficient

    Sumter SC 29154, South Carolina. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $48,000-$52,000 salary

  14. In this episode of Living Legends, Bob Zoller of Monterey Peninsula Country Club in Pebble Beach, California discusses his long career that started before the July 4, 1976 bicentennial in one of the country's top golf destinations. He also discusses golf turf management as a family legacy as well as some of the challenges facing superintendents around the Monterey Peninsula, including drought and water issues. He also talks about the importance of mentoring others and the many superintendents who came up through the ranks working for him. He concludes by discussing his passion for vintage American muscle cars, including a 1964 Chevrolet Corvette. http://tobtr.com/11339129
  15. MARINE CORPS COMMUNITY SERVICES

    GARDNER/PESTICIDE SPRAY TECHNICIAN

    Performs a variety of general grounds maintenance functions such as operations of lawn mowers both towed and self-propelled, various trimming and spreading equipment both towed and self-propelled, and other tasks such as applying fertilizers and pesticides, seeding and sodding, watering and tree and shrub trimming and planning. Responsible for calculating, measuring, mixing and applying pesticides and other chemicals per Federal and State requirements in the prevention and control of common plant pests, fungi and plant diseases. Independently considers individual needs or characteristics of plants in work such as adjusting mineral content of soil; sloping and planting of terraces; transplanting a wide variety of grasses, flowers, shrubs, and trees; and pruning trees to obtain a proper balance between roots and top growth. Works from project plans, master landscape, and long-range plans, making independent judgments within the framework of good gardening practices Mulches and transplants according to seasonal demands. Connects hose and sprinkler system at designated points on grounds to irrigate lawns, flowerbeds and landscaping. Gathers, removes and disposes of all litter and debris, such as grass cuttings and leaves from assigned areas such as sidewalks, curbs and lots. Remove grass and weeds from cracks in pavement. Operates a variety of hand and power operated garden tools and equipment such as seeders, spreaders, edger’s, hedge trimmers, pruning shears, sprayers, lawn mowers and tractors. Utilizes hand-operated snow blowers, truck driven snowplows and ice chippers for snow/ice removal from sidewalks, steps, entrances and parking areas. Maintains all performs all maintenance on assigned operating equipment to keep them in a clean and operating condition. Inventories equipment and stores chemicals safely. Operates gasoline driven vehicles up to one and a half ton trucks as required. Drives and operates a tractor and a front-end loader if licensed. Performs weekly preventative maintenance to include but not limited to: checking the oil and water level, tires, battery, lights and general operating condition of work vehicles. Reports any deficiencies by verbally notifying the designated supervisor. Completes an operator’s accident report in case of an accident. Cleans and maintains equipment in an operating condition. Abides by proper safeguarding procedures to prevent loss of assigned supplies and equipment. Keeps work area safe and clean. Repairs outside fences, sign posts, sidewalks, steps and curbs as necessary to upgrade and maintain appearance of outside assigned areas. Installs and removes fencing as required. Sets up and takes down tents and barbeque equipment in areas for special events. Power washes as required. Provides World Class Customer Service with an emphasis on courtesy. Assists customers and communicates positively in a friendly manner. Takes action to solve problems quickly. Alerts the higher-level supervisor, or proper point of contact for help when problems arise. Adheres to safety regulations and standards. Promptly reports any observed workplace hazards, and any injury, occupational illness, and/or property damage resulting from workplace mishaps to the immediate supervisor. Adheres to established standards of actively supporting the principles of the EEO program and prevention of sexual harassment. Performs other related duties as assigned/required.

    QUANTICO, Virginia. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $15.51

  16. Justin Hill

    Lawn Care Technician

    Kane Landscapes, Inc. has been providing and Sustaining high-quality, professional maintenance services for area residents since 1991. We are looking for highly motivated and passionate individuals. Requirements for Lawn Care Technician: Valid Drivers License Solid Driving Record Professional Appearance Excellent oral and written communication skills Customer Service experience Advanced problem solving skills and proven time management Ability to work in a team environment Ability to work in a results-oriented environment Willing to become certified to apply pesticides within two weeks of hire date Energetic and Positive Ability to lift or carry up to 50 pounds (8-10) hours per day Able and willing to work in various weather conditions (8-10) hours per day Previous sales or industry experience is an asset but is not required. Benefits for Lawn Care Technician/Specialist: Ability to work independently as part of a team Competitive Salary Performance and Sales Bonus Programs Industry and Company Training Advancement Opportunities. This job requires a valid driver's license with a CLEAN DRIVING RECORD (no DUI/DWIs within 5 years). If you're not certified by the state to spray herbicides, you must be able to pass the exam within 2 weeks of hire date. We will offer training to help you pass. Kane Landscapes is a drug-free environment

    Sterling, Virginia. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $15-$20/hour

  17. Nicholas Marfise

    Equipment/Shop Manager

    The Wilmette Golf Club was originally designed by Joseph Roseman and opened in 1922. It has been owned and operated by the Wilmette Park District since November of 1972. The Wilmette Park District oversees 300 acres of parks and facilities including Lake Michigan beach front, ice rink, tennis, paddle courts, pool, fitness center, and all related programs, camps, and activities. The Wilmette Park District continues to be dedicated to the future of golf and the maintenance operation. Our facility just received a new fleet of mowing equipment including new greens mowers, tee mowers, and fairway mowers. The shop is outfitted with a lift and modern day automated grinding equipment. Our vision is to routinely elevate golfing conditions and the golfing experience, and continue to have conditions that rival our neighboring public and private clubs, those goals start with a well-managed shop. Oversees and manages the entire maintenance shop operation Maintain the fleet of equipment and all related cutting units in a manner that meets modern day golfing expectations Develop and implement a preventive maintenance/ repairs schedule for all related tools, vehicles, and equipment Responsible for ordering and purchasing of all parts and equipment Organize and update a detailed equipment/fleet inventory and capital replacement schedule Manage and monitor equipment supplies and repairs budgets Work with Golf Course Superintendent in developing annual operating and capital budgets

    Wilmette, Illinois. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $55,000 - $65,000

  18. Guest

    Ravi Savaliya

    Dear Mr Andrews, My name is Ravi Savaliya from India, I am writing to you regarding the internship for Turfgrass Management. I am an Honours graduate in Horticulture and have recently completed a certificate course in Turfgrass management. I had the opportunity to train at two golf courses over the previous month, giving me knowledge about the Maintenance practices followed on a golf course. However, I wish to gain more knowledge and experience by dedicating more time and effort at a reputed golf course like yours. I have a keen interest in the game of golf and I aspire to make a career in golf course maintenance. Therefore, I sincerely look forward towards to this internship and would like to relocate at any given time if I am accepted.
  19. Jimmy Cavezza

    Assistant Superintendent

    The Club at Lac Labelle, under the ownership of The Prestwick Group, is midway through a total renovation that will be finished in early summer. Architect Craig Haltom has re-routed and re-designed all 18 holes of this semi-private layout trying to bring it back to its Scottish roots that date back to 1896. A time where the Foulis’ brothers , Alex Smith, Willie Anderson, and many others brought the game from Scotland and Old Tom Morris’ shop to the shores of Lac La Belle. The successful candidate will gain valuable experience in golf course architecture, history, construction, grow-in, and opening a new course. We’re looking for an individual who will inspire, motivate, and lead by example. An individual that's punctual, able to problem solve, and takes ownership of their responsibilities. Must be able to consistently achieve high work standards and attention to detail. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Assist the superintendent in all facets of daily operation. Maintains the appearance and standard of the course by diagnosing and reporting agronomic issues. Oversee daily course preparation. Irrigation maintenance and scheduling.

    Lac La Belle, Wisconsin. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $50,000-$60,000

  20. Jimmy Cavezza

    Equipment/Shop Manager

    The Club at Lac La Belle is currently finishing a major renovation. We are located in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin 40 minutes from Milwaukee and an hour away from Madison. The Equipment/Shop manager reports to the Superintendent and oversees a comprehensive preventative maintenance program. Must have a working knowledge of the general operation of all equipment. The equipment/shop manager must maintain a clean, safe shop and place safety procedures as top priority. Organizational skills and attention to detail are very important parts of this position. Daily inspection of all golf course equipment. Working knowledge of golf course cutting units: grinding, height of cut, quality of cut. Diagnostic repair of hydraulic, electrical, diesel/gas engines, and quality of cut issues. Ability to do minor fabrication: operate welder and cutting torch. Maintain a preventative maintenance program and repair plans within budget. Plan, prioritize, and execute equipment repairs and maintenance work. Working knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions of the profession. Assist in training staff on proper equipment usage and safety. Maintain working inventory of turf equipment,small tools, parts, and supplies. Keep a complete set of records for each piece of equipment.

    Lac La Belle, Wisconsin. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $50,000-$60,000

  21. Rob Sirfus

    2010 Toro Groundsmaster 3505D

    Toro Groundsmaster 3505D

    Johnston, Iowa

    $9,500.00

  22. In this episode of the TurfNet Renovation Report, host Anthony Pioppi chats with Eric Johnson, director of agronomy at Chambers Bay Golf Course (University Place, Washington), about the recent regrassing of greens from fescue to Poa annua sod. Presented by Golf Preservations -- the greens drainage specialists -- and The Andersons Plant Nutrient Group.
  23. The troubles facing the maker of a popular weed killer and its parent company have escalated to an entirely new level - a 10-digit one to be exact. An Oakland, California jury on May 13 awarded $2 billion to a Livermore couple who say they have used the non-selective herbicide Roundup for 30 years and blame it for causing their non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The ruling also included $55 million in compensatory damages. It is the third judgment against Monsanto in three tries, despite U.S. Environmental Protection Agency claims that the chemistry is safe when used as labeled. In March, a San Francisco jury awarded $80 million to a man who blamed his cancer on glyphosate. A $289 million award granted by a California jury last August later was reduced on appeal to $78 million. Legal experts predict the $2 billion recently awarded to Alva and Alberta Pilliod also will be reduced on appeal. Due to the size of the award and the number of suits pending in this arena, the latest decision will undoubtedly go through the appeals process, and it is likely Monsanto and parent company Bayer will await that outcome before making any long-term decisions on its defense strategy moving forward, according to a statement from Bayer and the opinion of several legal experts. At the crux of the glyphosate debate are conflicting reports by the World Health Organization and the EPA. In 2015, the WHO concluded that glyphosate was a "probable" carcinogen. The EPA, on the other hand, has said that there is no evidence indicating that glyphosate causes cancer based on the results of more than 800 tests and studies. In the past 10 months, juries have sided 3-0 with the WHO findings and ignored the scientific findings of the EPA, which has a specific scientific review process to determine labeling for every chemistry on the U.S. market. The company says it plans to appeal the recent ruling in the following news statement released May 13: "Bayer is disappointed with the jury's decision and will appeal the verdict in this case, which conflicts directly with the EPA's interim registration review decision released just last month, the consensus among leading health regulators worldwide that glyphosate-based products can be used safely and that glyphosate is not carcinogenic, and the 40 years of extensive scientific research on which their favorable conclusions are based." It's clear that Bayer needs an all-or-nothing win at the appellate level. The company is hoping that appellate judges will be more sympathetic to the science cited by the EPA than juries have been, and an attorney for the German-based company told Law.com that he believes there is enough science on Bayer's side to eventually beat back the wave of negative PR surrounding this issue. That will be key moving forward with more than 13,000 other cases against Monsanto pending. The recent $2 billion payday ensures there will be many, many more cases to follow. Because of the growing number of lawsuits involving Roundup, federal multidistrict litigation has been centralized in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Stock values for Bayer AG have dropped by nearly 23 percent since March and are down by nearly half since the company bought Monsanto for $63 billion last year. The worth of the combined group, according to the Financial Times, is less than what Bayer paid to acquire Monsanto. It was not clear what Bayer's legal defense strategy will be moving forward. Some legal analysts have suggested this could be heading toward class-action status. The FT says Bayer officials have ruled that out for now and that no such settlement makes sense until the first wave of appeals takes place later this year. According to Bayer's statement: "The verdict in this trial has no impact on future cases and trials, as each one has its own factual and legal circumstances. Also, this litigation will take some time before it concludes as no case has been subject to appellate review where key legal rulings in the trials will be assessed. The company will continue to evaluate and refine its legal strategies as it moves through the next phase of this litigation, which will be marked by a greater focus on post-trial motions and appellate review and trials scheduled in different venues." With sympathetic juries ordering awards in the billions, and Bayer (or anyone for that matter) unable to sustain more decisions like the one in Oakland, neither side has much to gain in a rush to the negotiations table.
  24. James McDevitt

    Turf Equipment Technician

    Hunterdon Polo Club is a polo facility with a 15 acre polo field. We are looking for a part-time mechanic to service, trouble shoot and repair our equipment. Hours are flexible.

    Pittstown , New Jersey. Date Job is Available: . Salary: Negotiable

  25. TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm is a private par-70, 7,139-yard course located in Montgomery County, MD, less than 20 miles from the nation’s capital. As a PGA TOUR owned and operated championship golf course, formerly known as TPC Avenel, this course was a familiar stop on the PGA TOUR for several years. The golf course enjoyed a historic renovation in 2008 under the direction of PGA TOUR Design Services and the result is a drastically different layout which showcases the natural rolling terrain, bentgrass tees, fairways and greens, fescue grasses, and Scottish-style bunkering. Upcoming projects include a bunker renovation and improvements to the practice facility. The Club will also host PGA TOUR’s Wells Fargo Championship in May 2021. TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm is currently seeking an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent I to assist in the daily oversight of the golf course maintenance operation.

    Potomac, Maryland. Date Job is Available: . Salary: 55000.00 to 60000.00

  26. Chris Shute

    2008 TORO SAND PRO 5040

    UNIT WILL RUN BUT NEEDS CARB CLEANED OR REBUILT. IT NEEDS 2 TIRES AND SOME TLC WE WILL INCLUDE A NEW SEAT FOR IT. BUY IT FOR PARTS OR BACKUP! YOU ARE BUYING EXACTLY WHAT IS SHOWN. DOES NOT INCLUDE A REAR RAKE

    Rutherfordton, North Carolina

    $1,300.00

  27. Al Hicks

    Vermeer V 1850 Trencher

    As is operational used

    Rincon, Georgia

    $2,450.00

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