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GAC Minutes 1992 06/03GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES June 3, 1992 Attending: Kay Larson Ted Whiteman Frank Brown DeEtte McCarty Dan Hormaechea Bud Schmidt Charles Denham Louie Howard Chairman Larson called the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. ROLL CALL: All Committee members were present MINUTES: The minutes from May 13, 1992 were approved subject to Carl Hoss' verification of hours works by Marshals last year. STAFF REPORT: Bud Schmidt reported that the cart storage building at old clubhouse site was approved by City Council for private cart storage. Planning and Zoning approved the special use permit for now cart storage building. They would not approve the design of the building, the Committee will need to produce a more detailed design. D & D land trade is finalized. OLD BUSINESS: 1) Resale of Lifetime passes The foundation feels that selling expired passes is an opportunity to continue raising funds for course improvements. The Committee discussed pros and cons of continued foundation involvement. The main topic of this discussion was how the foundation attaches conditions to any offers for funding projects. It was suggested that the passes be resold and proceeds go to the golf fund. Dan Hormaechea mentioned the foundation was thinking about contracting labor to build a tee on the golf course. Bud Schmidt brought up the question of the cities' liability for a contractor who didn't carry proper workmen compensation or other insurance. This issue will be dealt with at next meeting. 2) Cart Storage Report Rich Collins and Rick VanNoy examined bids submitted to the Committee. Their opinion was the steel building by Certified Steel Buildings was the best bargain. Building size was a concern of the Planning and Zoning Commission. After much discussion the Committee agreed that a questionnaire, prepared by Bud Schmidt and DeEtte McCarty, will be distributed around the golf course to collect information. This will give the Committee a better idea of the market and ultimately the type of building best suits the needs of the golf course. NEW BUSINESS: 1) Mid -year Budget Report Not available for Committee consideration. It will go before the City Council on June 11, 1992. Bud Schmidt reported that so for revenues are looking positive. OTHER BUSINESS: 1) Private Coolers ******** Louie Howard reported a problem he has encountered with private beverage coolers being brought onto a licensed premises. His being a private contractor, this poses a liability problem for him. Dan Hormaechea moved to recommend to the City Council that the use of alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages on golf course premises be limited to those sold and containerized by the restaurant contractor. Frank Brown seconded and the motion carried unanimously. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:26 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for July 1, 1992. Respectfully Submitted, i/32/25;--iW3 Kay Larson, Chairman Dated June 7 , 1992 ra7 r