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GAC Minutes 1989 11/14GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES November 14, 1989 7:30 p.m., McCall City Hall Committee Members in Attendance: Dave Engen Max Williamson Dan Hormaechea Also in Attendance Were: Craig Jackson John Dripps Bud Schmidt Steve Riles De Ett McCarty Polly Collins Andy Laidlaw John Larson Francis Wallace Minutes from the previous meeting were approved as written. New Business: A new contractor has been chosen to construct the driving range for the Golf Foundation. Steve Riles, owner of Hillside Nursery in Boise, attended the meeting to discuss his plan for construction and field any questions of concern by Committee members. Steve discussed immediate plans to start rough grading along with the construction of the driving range tee. The driving range tee will be approximately 16,000 sq. ft.; an adequate area to tee from. Within two weeks, a well will be drilled to supply ample water to irrigate total acreage. Next spring, fine grading irrigation installation, and the sodding and seeding of the driving range will be completed. Clubhouse: Mr. Laidlaw discussed with the Committee the construction of the clubhouse foundation. He outlined the steps and procedures already completed and those that are in the final stages. 1 Mr. Laidlaw suggested that he draw up a draft of the clubhouse construction plans including detailed descriptions of materials and interior floor plan. These plans will be reviewed with the Committee at either the December or January meeting. Men's Association Tree Planting: The Men's Association donated 100 tamarack seedlings to the course. They were transplanted in timely fashion following their dormancy. Association members present were Charlie Roberts, Homer Davies, and Bill Burgess. Their efforts were greatly appreciated by Craig and his crew. Mr. Williamson made a motion to direct Chairman Engen to send a letter to the Men's Association in appreciation. Mr. Hormaechea seconded, all were in favor and the motion passed unanimously. Clubhouse Area Restructuring of Drainage. Tees. and Putting Green: With the construction of a new clubhouse, those tees adjacent to the clubhouse site will have to be reconstructed. A putting green will also be constructed at this time (detailed drawing attached). Mr. Hormaechea moved to adopt the configuration directing Superintendent Jackson to construct the needed improvements consisting of: putting green or greens, tee reshaping, irrigation re-routing, and a path to the driving range tee. Mr. Engen seconded, all were in favor and the motion passed unanimously. Project List: A list of possible future projects was compiled following the concerns of the Golf Course Committee as well as input from Mr. Dripps (list attached). These improvements will be discussed further in order to set priorities. Other projects in progress are: the reshaping of the apron around #2 green, pond construction in front of #9 green, and reconstruction of tees and putting green at new clubhouse site. 2 Without further discussion, the meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m. The next meeting will be December 12, 1989. DATED this -V- day of November, 1989. Dave Engen Chairman 3