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GAC Minutes 1990 08/14GOLF ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES AUGUST 14, 1990 7:00 P.M. Attending: D. Engen M. Williamson C. Jackson B. Minshew A. Laidlaw T. Kerr D. McCarty T. Whiteman J. Drips S. Alacano J. Henderson B. Schmidt Minutes from the July 10, 1990 meeting were approved as written. New Business Lifetime memberships, ten year and lifetime pass holders: Williamson motioned the committees understanding of lifetime passes be that tee times be given up to two weeks prior to weekends, four days in advance of weekdays and that these privileges be stated on a list of pass holders and that this list be a part of these minutes to be recorded at the Valley County Recorder. Whiteman seconded, all were in favor. The motion passed unanimously. It was agreed lifetime membership prices will start at $5,000 in 1990. Open Douse The committee agreed the best time for an open house would be the evening of September 2nd. Clubhouse Project Fire Sprinkler System: The committee discussed with laidlaw the sub -contractor's change in design of the sprinkler system. The wet/dry system installed was not preferred over a dry system. The mechanical engineer approved the design. Laidlaw stated problems may exist with cold weather operation. Exterior Stain of Shingles: The committee discussed the possibility of applying an additional coat of stain to cover blemishes. After a brief discussion, Whiteman motioned the committee recommend the painters come back and give shakes a uniform appearance with an additional coat of stain. Williamson seconded, all were in favor. The motion passed unanimously. Budget 1990 - 1991 After a lengthy discussion with Jim Henderson, Whiteman motioned the committee recommend to the City Council to adopt the goal of establishing within two years a golf course superintendents salary comparable with like courses and to accomplish this goal we're recommending a $4,000 increase for 1991. McCarty seconded, all were in favor. It was unanimously passed. Williamson then motioned to recommend to the City council the budget as presented with the following exceptions: a. Approximately $15,000 increase in management fees; b. $24,500 in depreciation; c. $17,000 in utilities. These items would appear to necessitate a $57,000 increase in revenues which is unreasonable. Whiteman seconded, all were in favor. The motion passed unanimously. Management Contract Following a lengthy discussion, Engen motioned the Golf Course Advisory committee realizes a $40,000 management contract is an arbitrary figure. Therefore, the Golf Committee recommends to the City Council that the advisory committee formulate a management contract, negotiate, and hire a golf professional. Williamson seconded, all were in favor. The motion passed unanimously. Directions to Clubhouse The committee recommends the city post a sign on Davis directing golfers to new clubhouse. Lockers and Cart Storage McCarty motioned anybody who has a locker at the old clubhouse will get a locker at the new clubhouse. Any remaining lockers will be lotteried. Whiteman seconded, all were in favor. The motion passed unanimously. All private carts will remain in storage at the old clubhouse for the remainder of this season. Without further discussion, the committee adjourned at 11:30 p.m. The next meeting was scheduled for September 6, 1990 at City Hall. /(4tr- Dave Engen, Chairman ARCHITECT'S FIELD REPORT AIA• DOCUMENT C,711 OWNER ❑ ARCHITECT ❑ CONSULTANT 2 FIELD PROJECT: G..L4)6+1yS6 `- _ONTRACT: DATE 1 EST. To OF COMPLETION FIELD REPORT NO: # al ARCFIITECT'S PROJECT NO: � +IC.� TIME i ; WEATHER cf,.L.F.. 4.--' TEMP. 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Mr. Killen, representing Mr. Haas, made observations and suggestions on contract stipulations that would conform to the bond requirements. After a hearty debate, the Committee elected to further consider the matter on September 6 at 7:00 p.m. F. Other 1. Communication with City Council: After discussion, Williamson moved to request that the City Council designate one member of the Council to sit with the Committee during the further discussion of organization, recruitment and selection. Whiteman seconded and the motion carried. 2. Cart Path Paving: McCarty moved to ask Mr. Williamson to call Mr. Alacano to advise that the cart path between greens 10 and 2 not be paved as apparently the Foundation intends to do so. Whiteman seconded. The motion carried and Mr. Williamson agreed to advise them of the committees wishes and polices. G. Adjournment Without further business the chair adjourned the meeting on a rising vote. Respectively submitted, Dave Engen, egirman 2 MC CALL GOLF COURSE CLUBHOUSE PUNCH LIST 6/24/9O SITE Repair low spot at road junction with Ready Lane. Dress road to profile shown in drawings and clean up cut bank. Parking lot - Remove and recompact soft spots. Grade lot evenly and accurately to required grades. Note that the grader on site has a 2" crown in the blade. Slope lot to basin and fill low spot to West of basin. Parking lot should be ready for asphalt. Site grading Bring grade up higher @ entry stair. Use rocks from site to stabilize the earth. Bring grade to above damproofing @ SE corner of building. Additional fill is needed around the sewer lift station. Paint steel parts of sewer lift station. EXTERIOR South side handrail L'}: ramp rail- Remove lower 24' of ramp rail. Remove upper ramp rail and . Install pickets similar to detail on North deck:. Remove stair rail-, and install 5,tith Rawl Stud_ to longer 4:44's along Altair stem wall. Remove guard rail iri area of front door and install with longer 4x4's and Rawl Studs. Install pickets similar to detail on North deck. Siding on door of trash enclosure to be vertical. Screw plywood to back. Construct a screen fence to North of loading dock area. Construct gate @ loading dock ramp as per Addendum # 1. Stain glulams under deck and paint structural steel. Deck 4x4 verticals on the NW corner are not plumb. Side by side deck vertical: should be tied together. Lower horizontals on North deck rails do not but evenly. One has been routered at this joint. Probably they should all have the same treatment. Stain loading dock stair. Construct removable rail section. Paint exterior structural steel. Belly band flashing is to slope a•,,vay from building. In many instances it slopes back towards the building. Overlapping flashing ,and corners should be joined so that there are no protruding sharp edges. Gap in flashing on pro shop deck. Clean paint and stain of belle band flashing. Clean overspray off rake flashing. Sand and touch up exterior doors. The edges of many doors are rough. Sane and touch up exterior dour jambs. Astrical at door # 10 is split out. Hinges to have all screws required and scre••,••,•s to match binges. Paint exterior sprinkler pipes. Call: junction of siding to all doors and windows. Paint plywood at telephone service entry. Exterior light to i••lorth of door 17 doer not cover cut out in siding. Either paint steel angle: at stair tread: or replace ••,••,•ith aluminum. INTERIOR General note- the edges of most door`': are rough a'a are many jambs. Faces should also be touched up or repainted where required. Food Prep # 204 Install missing piece of bare at East wall. Electrical room #205 Tape ceiling of elec. rrn #205 and paint room. Provide attic access hatch. Seal poor fitting ducat on West wall of room. Service #206 Laminate counter has numerous scratches. Edge all cabinet doors. Lounge 0201 Window sill to left of door 16 is scratched up. -- Cover plate in NE cal g corner does not fit well. What is it for?? Pro Shop 4` 219 Entry door requires are additional cane bolt to the floor. What is cover plate in Stir'r corner cl g. for?? Provide slider buttons cabinet. Rental #216 Paint sprinkler riser pipes. Edge cabinet doors. Coors to be the same color as the face frame (verify). Sand and repaint base 'shelf (�, bag storage. Women *213 There is a dent in the first toilet partition. Fire Sprinkler Room # 103 Sprinkler system is not hooked up to the alarm. Alarm should dial the City of McCall direct. Repair hole in NE corner of ceiling. Install missing drywall on West wall. Fire tape drywall. Corridor # 104 Calk drywall to left of door #6. Repair and call: base to left of door #6. Why is there a screw in the jamb of door #6 Women 106 Repair damaged toilet partitions. Screws were overtightened and bent exhaust grille. Men#10t Screws were o'.. ert i ghtened and bent exhau�:t grille. Locker ROOM # 102 Door # 3- paint under closure and give door another coat of paint, repair to the left of the door on the cart storage side and to the right of the door on the locker room side. Some lockers stick. Trim at the top of the lockers needs to be sanded and repainted in some areas. Repair the nail pops to the left of door #4. Cart Storage # 101 Clean up this area. Clean top of sprinkler pipes. Garage door may work but it doesn't work for me. Verify rim joist insulation. Seal where electrical conduit t goes through ceiling. Provide signs at ventilation closures. Attic Insulation was probably not. a great job to start v.rith and has been subsequently kicked ed all o'•:'er the place by other- subcontractors. Eaffels at eave gents are not as specified. Many light fixtures do not have insulation over them. Sprinkler lines are exposed. Verticle insulation above glulam beams Has not been stapled in place as previously requested and has fallen off in many locations. Weak: areas and areas '•r•.•here people ha':re walked need to be rebloAn. Electrician to heat tape sprinkler pipe over glulam as per ECI request. Grade let evenly and accurately to required grades. Note that the grader on site has a cro'rvn in the blade. ;lope lot to basin and fill lo,ev spot to ',.hest of basin. Parking lot should be ready for asphalt. Site grading Bring grade up higher @ entry stair. Use rocks from site to stabilize the earth. Bring grade to above e damproof i ng @ SE corner � �f building. Additional fill is needed around the sewer lift station. ARCHITECT'S FIELD REPORT AIA DOCUMENT C;711 OWNER ❑ ARCHITECT ❑ CONSULTANT ❑, FIELD PROJECT: i.l.4e=v4- �?0_0 CONTRACT: FIELD REPORT NO: ARCHITECT'S PROJECT NO I Io DATE �� 1 TIME `r Ra 6 EST. % OF COMPLETION `''( WORK IN PROGRESS WEATHER TEMP. 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