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GAC Minutes 1988 06/22GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING June 22, 1988, 7:00 pm Committee members present were: Hormaechea, Sproat, Collins, and Williamson. Also present were superintendent Jackson, head pro John Dripps, architect Laidlaw and men's association representative Charlie Roberts. Old Business: Minutes of the June 18 meeting were approved as written. New Business: A motion to collect rate increase payments to the City on the final date of July, and the first of October was approved. A request by Bud Schmidt to discuss college and junior passes was then presented to the committee. The decision to increase rates on college and junior passes was turned down in past committee minutes. Chairman Hormaechea then presented the committee with a billing from Mike Shroeder with respect to clubhouse publicity prints. There was some unfamiliarities concerning the bill. Hormaechea will check on the approval of the bill with former member Medley. Charlie Roberts, men's association representative, graciously donated $2,000.00 to repair the fairways on holes number 15 and 16. An additional $4,200.00 may be spent in the oiling of cart paths, pending another discussion with the men's associtation. Williamson made a motion to begin repairs on the fairways, matching the men's club donation of $2,000.00 with an addition of up to $2,000.00 from the golf course enterprise fund. The motion was passed. Furthermore, Hormaechea suggested planting mixed conifers, in coordination with the men's association, to replace the depleted Lodge Pole Pine. Also included, would be the repair to the large Ponderosa Pine by #2 tee. In the same discussion, Sproat, also representative of the ladie's association, recommended the replacement of the 150 yard markers that are dead. Donations from the ladle's association would aid in the replacement. On return from the visitation of the Twin Falls municipal clubhouse, architect Laidlaw presented a floor plan of the Twin Falls clubhouse. The committee appreciated the open room concept with the possibility of operating the clubhouse with one employee during slack hours. However, general agreement by the committee would be to improve the overall atmosphere appearance of the clubhouse. A motion was made to present to the City Council, a direction towards reductions in the design of the new clubhouse. Excluded in the design are the multi - purpose room and cart storage. It was agreed the square footage would be reduced to 5,000 - 6,000 with a price figure between $600,000 - $800,000. The motion was approved to direct Bud Schmidt to seek legal approval from Mary Whiteman, with regard to title and investments, for construction of a driving range at the approve site. In conclusion, the committee set aside dates on the first and third Mondays during the summer months, and the first and third Tuesdays during the winter for committee meetings. The next committee meeting will be July 5, 7:00 P.M. at the golf course clubhouse. Meeting adjourned at 10:30 P.M. Dan Hormaechea, Chairman