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GAC Minutes 1992 09/02GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES September 2, 1992 Attending: Kay Larson Ted Whiteman DeEtte McCarty Charles Denham Chairman Larson called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Denham announced roll call and all member were present. Frank Brown Carl Hoss Dan Hormaechea MINUTES: The minutes of August 5, 1992 were approved as presented. STAFF REPORT: With no recommendations for council considerations, staff had no report. OLD BUSINESS: ********** 1) LIFETIME PASSES Delete preferential tee times. The committee discussed the way a few lifetime members are abusing the privilege by making tee times for friends. Ted Whiteman suggested that either everyone be allowed to purchase the privilege or no one should have it. After discussion Ted Whiteman moved to recommend to the City Council that if anyone makes a tee time and does not show two times with no courtesy time then the pro shop will send a letter stating that the third time they will have their privilege for making tee times revoked for one month. Frank Brown seconded and the motion carried unanimously. ********** Dan Hormaechea moved to recommend to the City Council to continue selling the passes with preferential treatment, total passes remaining at 65 lifetime passes. Frank Brown seconded. In a roll call vote Hormaechea, Brown and Larson were in favor while McCarty and Whiteman were opposed. The motion carried. 2) CART STORAGE QUESTIONNAIRE DeEtte McCarty reported the results from 24 replies as follows: Yes No I now store at Golf Course 10 12 I would be interested in storage 15 8 I would prefer private lockable 6 1 open room 7 1 covered only (existing) 4 14 I would prefer to store year-round 7 3) PARKS AND RECREATION COMPLAINT After discussion the Committee decided to wait until after February Parks an Recreation meeting to discuss further. NEW BUSINESS Dan Hormaechea informed the Committee that he has another employment opportunity and will be moving. This will force him to resign from the Committee. After this meeting he will not be attending any more. Chairman Larson moved to recommend that the Committee thank Dan for his years of service and wish him luck for his future endeavors. OTHER BUSINESS The Committee discussed the mini tournaments the pro shop puts on in July and August. They feel these would do better later in the day rather than in the morning. Carl hoss suggested reviewing all tournaments scheduled during 1992 season in November meeting and the Committee agreed. ******** Superintendent Denham reported that the signs that state the City Code for non-playing public are incorrect. Instead of 8-13-1 they should read 8-15-1. After reading the City Code section for the golf course, Hormaechea moved to recommend to the City Council that it be amended to allow golf activity walking such as gallery or watching golf but not to include recreational walking for exercise. Ted Whiteman seconded and the motion carried unanimously. GREENS ROLLER: Kay Larson agreed to contact the president of the mens association for possible funding. The Next meeting is scheduled for October 7, 1992. With n• further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:45. 11spe•tfully Sub dated September , 1992