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GAC Minutes 1989 06/13GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES June 13, 1989 Committee Members Present: Dan Hormaechea Max Williamson Dave Engen Andy Laidlaw Polly Collins De Ett McCarty Craig Jackson Minutes from the previous meeting were approved as written. New Business: 1. Clubhouse: Bud Schmidt will meet with Signature Events on July loth for further discussion concerning fundraising activities. 2. Cart Paths: Upon recommendation from Craig Jackson, Mr. Williamson motioned to spend $800.00 to oil cart paths. The $800.00 will be drawn from the operating budget. Ms. McCarty seconded the motion, all were in favor and the motion passed unanimously. An additional $800.00 from John Drips and $1,250.00 from the Men's Association will cover the remaining costs. 3. Equipment Purchases: With an additional $2,700.00 remaining in the equipment budget, Mr. Jackson recommended to the Committee that the golf course purchase a fine grade implement. The total cost including shipping will be $2,400.00. Ms. Collins motioned to purchase the grader. Ms. McCarty seconded, all were in favor, and the motion passed unanimously. 4. Flags: The Ladies Association has generously donated the purchase of red, white, and blue flags for pin placements. The Committee agreed, the new flags will be widely appreciated by all players. 5. Dead Trees #15: The Committee discussed the catastrophic death of several trees on #15 and in various other areas around the course requiring immediate attention. Therefore, the Committee authorized Mr. Jackson to clean up the trees - the sooner the better. Mr. Williamson motioned for Mr. Jackson to remove the trees from the course with outside assistance. Ms. McCarty seconded the motion, all were in favor, and the motion passed unanimously. 6. Notice to Non -Playing Public: Due to the continuous presence of several non-playing people frequenting the course, Mr. Jackson has asked the Committee to post signs to disallow this kind of activity. The Committee agreed and authorized Mr. Jackson to post a Notice prohibiting the non-playing public from entering the golf course borders. There has been an ordinance passed by the City to reflect this Notice. Old Business: 1. Clubhouse Beginning Dates: Mr. Hormaechea motioned to have specifications ready for bid by February 15, 1990. The bid would be awarded March 15, 1990 with construction to be completed by May 1, 1991. Mr. Engen seconded the motion, all were in favor, and the motion passed unanimously. The Committee discussed with Mr. Laidlaw the possibility of producing a hardline drawing and outline of specifications to be posted in the clubhouse. This information would allow the men's and women's associations and other interested golfing publics another chance to comment on the clubhouse project. Mr. Laidlaw stated "There would be no problem in providing this information." Mr. Williamson motioned to have Mr. Laidlaw proceed with drawing up these documents. Ms. Collins seconded, all were in favor, and the motion passed unanimously. 2. #3 Fairway Construction: The Committee discussed the drawing of #3 fairway and the incorporation of a pond down the left side. The Committee agreed to a few minor changes on the drawing. The drawing was then accepted. ADJOURNMENT at 9:45 p.m. The next meeting was scheduled for July 11, 1989. DAN HORMAECHEA Chairman