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GAC Minutes 1992 05/13GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES May 13, Attending: Kay Larson Ted Whiteman DeEtte McCarty Frank Brown Max Williamson 1992 Carl Hoss Louie Howard Charles Denham Nick Howard Chairman Larson called the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Ted Whiteman, DeEtte McCarty, Frank Brown, Kay Larson answered the roll call. Dan Hormaechea was absent. The minutes from the April 14, 1992 were approved as written. STAFF REPORT: Superintendent Denham reported the City Council actions from April 23, 1992 as follows: 1. Dump truck was declared surplus. 2. Cart storage at old clubhouse site was referred to Parks and Recreation Committee. 3. Bar-B-que pit location was approved 4. Foundation funding for capital improvements was approved. OLD BUSINESS: 1) Foundation Funding: Frank Brown moved to recommend that foundation representative coordinate with the superintendent on #10 tee construction and other capital projects as soon as possible. DeEtte McCarty seconded and the motion carried unanimously. 2) O.B. Stakes: ****** Ted Whiteman moved to recommend that the out-of-bounds stakes on the golf course be moved out to the property lines. Frank Brown seconded and the motion carried unanimously. Frank Brown, Ted Whiteman, Carl Hoss, and the superintendent will work together on the task. 3) Resale of Life time passes: Deferred to next agenda 4) Cart Storage Report: Deferred to next agenda 5) Snack Shack Report: ******* Louie Howard produced a sketch of a non -permanent structure that is 8'L x 6'W x 8'H. Ted Whiteman moved to recommend to the City Council that Louie put a snack shack, resembling the sketch in a discrete area near #7 green and #8 and #17 tee, not to impact golf play. DeEtte McCarty seconded and the motion carried unanimously. NEW BUSINESS: 1) Golf Course Marshalling: Carl Hoss reported the number of hours he had marshals working last season as follows: May 119 June 123 July 227 Aug. 218 Sept. 37.5 Total 724.5 The Committee discussed several options to help Carl with problems on the Golf Course. One option is more signs stating regulations throughout the course. Frank Brown will discuss these ideas with the Men's Association and DeEtte McCarty will discuss it with the Women's Association. 2) Ice Machine: ******* Louie Howard reported that the existing ice machine at the clubhouse was inadequate. He offered to store it and buy a new one of his own, but it was recommended that it be declared surplus. Louie has since purchased his own machine and will take it with him if he decides to quit running the concession. DeEtte McCarty moved to recommend to the City Council that the ice machine be declared surplus. Frank Brown seconded. The vote was 2 in favor, 1 opposed. The motion carried. 3) Golf Promotion Package: Carl Hoss has worked on an idea to increase slow season play. The idea consists of lowering green fees in conjunction with local hotels lowering room rates to form a package "deal". Carl will put some numbers together for Committee review at the next meeting. OTHER BUSINESS: Golf Pro Marketing Plan: Carl produced a breakdown of marketing plan expenditures for Committee review. Frank Brown moved to recommend to the City Council that Carl's marketing plan be accepted as written. DeEtte McCarty seconded and the motion carried unanimously. Chairman Larson asked the Committee how they felt about meeting on the first Wednesday of each month. The Committee was agreeable. Next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 3, 1992 at 7:00 p.m. at the McCall City Hall. With no. further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m. Dated May 42,40_ , 1992