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GAC Minutes 1989 09/05GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES September 5, 1989 Committee Members Present: Dan Hormaechea Dave Engen Polly Collins Also Present Were: Craig Jackson John Dripps Tom Kerr, Surveyor Conrad Kranzler, I.L.S. Bud Schmidt, City Admin. Max Williamson DeEtt McCarty Bob Minshew, McCall G.C. Fdn. Sam Alacano, McCall G.C. Fdn. Andy Laidlaw, Architect R. Hormaechea, McCall G.C. Fdn. The minutes from the August 8th meeting were approved as written. New Business: 1. McCall Golf Course Foundation: Board members of the McCall Golf Course Foundation reported to the Committee that the foundation had received a considerable amount of money donated to the golf course for various improvements. Board members in attendance were Sam Alacano, Bob Minshew, and Rick Hormaechea. It was estimated that $260,000.00 was collected as of September 5th, 1989. 2. Cart Path Paving: The foundation has spent over $5,000.00 to asphalt cart paths on holes 10, 11, and 12. Upon acceptance, the remaining paths will be paved. 3. Amended Contract with Conrad Kranzler: The foundation believes the condition of #3 fairway is in good shape and does not require the renovations discussed earlier this spring. Therefore, the foundation suggest construction at the driving range associated with Whispering Forest development. Mr. Whiteman, owner of the Whispering Forest properties, will deed the driving range property to the City. The foundation would then fund the improvements which would require a separate contract with Mr. Kranzler to construct the driving range. Number 3 fairway renovation would be set aside for future consideration. Mr. Kranzler agreed to this �— plan. 4. Clubhouse Construction: The foundation then mentioned their willingness to pay for site work with the intention to move the project along. 5. Contractor's Lease: Mr. Williamson recommends to the City that the contract now in effect remain as is, i.e., 198,500 lease payments to the City, no lifetime passes remitted. General Discussion: Discussion followed with John Dripps and the Committee. Upon further review of the contract, Mr. Williamson motioned to renew the contract as is with the exception of $198,500.00 in lease payments. The contractor will work with the Committee to establish the number of tournament players. This should be accomplished early in the calendar year. Ms. McCarty seconded the motion and the motion carried with four approving and one abstaining. The meeting adjourned at 9:30 p.m. The next meeting is to be held at the Sportsman Bar & Grill at 7:00 p.m. DAN HORMAECHEA Chairman