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GAC Minutes 1992 08/05GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES August 5, 1992 Attending: Kay Larson Frank Brown Ted Whiteman Charles Denham DeEtte McCarty Dan Hormaechea Chairman Larson called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. ROLL CALL: All Committee members were present. Carl Hoss and Louie Howard were absent. MINUTES: The minutes form the meeting of July 1, 1992 were approved as written. STAFF REPORT: Superintendent Denham reported that the nursery green construction began Monday August 3. He then presented the paragraph from the City Council minutes pertaining to committee recommendations. OLD BUSINESS: 1) RESALE OF LIFETIME PASSES - The Committee discussed the action taken by the City Council. Dan Hormaechea reported on the foundation's behalf, that members of the foundation have been in contact with Mary Whiteman and Pete O'Neil to try to resolve the situation. The Committee concurred on having the City Attorney write a letter addressed to Mary Whiteman on the subject of the driving range deed. The Committee will discuss whether or not to delete preferential tee times from life time passes at the next meeting with Carl Hoss present. 2) TIME FRAME FOR FOUNDATION PROJECTS - Dan Hormaechea discussed the time frame as follows: A. Nursery green - under construction B. #10 tee - Begin construction on September 14, 1992 C. Cart Path completion - Blacktop Maintenance Co. contractor has been contacted and will finish the job. D&D Developers agreed to pave area between #10 and #11 tees at the same time as the rest of the work is being performed. 3) CART STORAGE QUESTIONS - DeEtte McCarty reported that there were 24 replies. The Committee agreed to discuss this at next meeting. 4) CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS LIST - Superintendent Denham presented the Capital Improvement list he will give to the City Council. After some discussion about #15 tee, the Committee agreed that Frank Brown will discuss with Kathy Killen from the Parks and Recreation Committee the possibility of buying or leasing the piece of land that the existing tee is on. The Committee also discussed the budget on repairs -buildings and grounds which is a line item. They are concerned that $7500.00 will not be enough for future repairs and maintenance to the cart paths or the new building. They would like to see that whatever is left each year, if any, will go into a reserve fund for the next year. Dan Hormaechea moved to recommend to City Council to accept budget proposal as presented. Ted Whiteman seconded and the motion carried. 5) PARKS AND RECREATION COMPLAINT - The Committee started to discuss the issue, but without Carl Hoss present to give us input on numbers, the issue was rescheduled for the next meeting. NEW BUSINESS: 1) GREENS ROLLER - Superintendent Denham discussed what he did with the machine during the amateur golf tourney. With most everybody noticing the results, several options are being discussed to recommending purchase of the machine. The next meeting is scheduled for September 2, 1992 at 7:00 p.m. in the Clubhouse. With n• further business the meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m. I�esp ctfully