UPDATE: (11:00 a.m.)—Annapolis City Council will meet in a closed session to discuss the city’s legal interest in the Eisenhower Golf Course on Monday at 6 p.m.
The city has been considering the sale or lease of the 208-acre Crownsville property since November 2011.
Annapolis leases the golf course to Anne Arundel County, and the two split profits based on the terms of a 50-year contract that expires in 2016.
In 2010, Annapolis earned $125,000 from the course, according to the city's website. The course has a Maryland tax assessment value of $9.2 million.
Eisenhower's General Manager Damian Cosby said he knew about the closed door session, but didn't know if the city has decided to sell or lease the property.
A spokeswoman for the Council declined to comment on the purpose of the closed session.
Eisenhower is a 6,659-yard course with 18 holes. It was built in 1969 and is currently managed by Billy Casper Golf.