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GAC Minutes 1993 06/02GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES June 2, 1993 Attending: Kay Larson, Chairman Ted Whiteman DeEtte McCarty Frank Brown Jeff Goodman Carl Hoss Mary Clemmer Charles Denham Mayor Smith Max Williamson CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Chairman Larson called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and all members were present. MINUTES: The minutes from the May 5, 1993 meeting be approved as presented. STAFF REPORTS: Denham reported that the effort to move the snack shack was unsuccessful. The building is not mobile as represented. Without a larger loader or forklift and a trailer capable of handling the building it cannot be moved. The golf course does not own this type of equipment. Whiteman expressed a concern as to what the status of the Divot Lane access road is and what will be done about it. He asked that staff deliver a status report on the subject at the next meeting. OLD BUSINESS: 1) Annual Budget '93-'94 Prioritize and Approve: ******** The Committee discussed the list of capital projects and equipment presented by the superintendent. They approved of all the items listed with one addition; $10,000 to go toward a permanent bathroom and snack shack location on the back nine of the golf course. They gave the capital projects and equipment an order of priority as follows: (see attached) 1) Tree Replacement 2) #6 Green Rebuild 3) Maintenance Shop Improvements 4) Fairway Renovation 5) Bathroom/Snack Shack Equipment: 1) Greens Roller 2) Tri King - Apron Mower Frank Brown moved to recommend to the City Council approval of the budget as presented with the addition of the $10,000 for bathroom/snack shack building. DeEtte McCarty seconded and the motion carried. 2) Cart Storage: Frank Brown reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission disapproved of the building presented to them by Certified Steel Buildings. They plan to bring updated design in before P & Z on Monday June 7, 1993. 3) Clubhouse Railing: The Men's Association is moving forward. NEW BUSINESS: 1) Golf Pro Contract: ******** The Committee reviewed the letter from Mayor Smith. They agreed with the concept of both the $5.00 per player per round in an exempt tournament and the $120 trail fee for the golf pro's carts. After discussion Frank Brown moved to recommend the City Council that the $5 tournament fee not be part of the contract and prior to the October 15, 1993 meeting of the G.C.A.C. be looked at again for the '94 season. Jeff Goodman seconded and the motion carried. Frank Brown moved to recommend to the City Council to approve the proposed addition to the contract dated May 25, 1993 regarding the inclusion of the trail fee for the pro's carts and the increase in management fee. DeEtte McCarty seconded. The vote was 3 yeas, 1 nay. The motion carried. Ted Whiteman expressed concern for the limitation on the upper end of the management fee pay scale with this addition. ADJOURNMENT: With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:15 p.m. The nex meeting is scheduled for July 7, 1993 at City Hall. R spe, tfu Pf:(0e;b 3 a l vt+e...rrt -_ ! z � e 1 q 3 - q� 3 C4,-p 3 _ 6'COG - i 2 e)c c ,CGo� i / j Dor2 T ) _< 2, - 1,4p,v1 44L16 Gr s ,(?,lla Skos Li vt.e —te4"4 CI a...t5 ego ✓t G(- G? ss, s e lfi Sv�o��,,,� �- - Fcs ? .e 6(1p p 1 yes - =;.civa_ste Pes'��;' le/000. e _ 11--o ",3 "sped .‘"' f7t. l �. tt i i\A.vke GWICI Me-e 4 ✓ S S - .1"."#AC4 eZS2 fb cr/ SOO . a' P1:3g'7�• (tom .S 5aC (R.te D Nkm, n ;;La ( Q SSoG(a fior/► n ett', o na, / fr,itee l,1 f✓l9 t �1 vivo (�.l�eS �-�le l i0 _Gc•q.olite-(' � 14141E ro 3 o t` _el K:9 4 ts- pdo 7/ &id -- - - --- -- y0ao 2 7 0d