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GAC Minutes 1987 03/06GOLF COURSE COMMITTEE MINUTES MARCH 6, 1987 Call To Order The meeting was called to order at 8:20 A.M. Attending Committee members Williamson. Others present: Superintendent; present: Pat Hardy, Don Medley, Bill Mockowitz and Max Bud Schmidt, City Administrator; Brian Mickels, Golf Course John Drips, Golf Pro; Andy Laidlaw, Clubhouse Architect. Minor Project List A minor project list was discussed and added to by the Committee members and staff. Priorities were assigned to each project and the complete list of projects was adopted for the '87 season. (list attached) It was noted that the project list may be subject to alterations and/or additions throughout the season, and that the maintenance staff should be allowed discretion as to scheduling said projects. Surplus Items Mickels introduced a list of 6 items to be considered These include: 1985 Honda Elite Scooter - This should be of similar value. Homelite Super XC-AO Chain Saw - Could be traded in a package Weedeater Model 978 - Sell or junk Cushman Greensaver Aereator - Slicer - Advertise through SIGCSA Newsletter to other golf facilities or trade for walk behind greensmower Cushman Topdresser - Sell to other golf facility or trade for walking greensmower 1986 Case 680 CK Loader-backhoe - Explore trade possibilities for loader attachement and/or Flail type mower and/or other equipment. If no acceptable trades can be arranged, sell it at City auction After discussion of these items, Medley moved to declare these as surplus equipment. Hardy seconded and the motion carried unanimously. The Committee further stated that the Honda Elite Scooter should be traded for a 3-wheel ATV, to sell the weedeater and chain saw at city auction, advertise to sell the aereator-slicer and the topdresser, or trade for walking greensmower and look into trade possibilities of the 680 CK for other equally valued equipment or sell at city auction. surplus at the Golf Course traded for a 3-wheel ATV sold at city auction or Forming of New Clubhouse Committee The formation of a new clubhouse committee was discussed. The Golf Committee felt that the Clubhouse Committee should be comprised of: (1) (2) (3) (4) All Golf Committee members City Administrator Golf Course Superintendent Golf Pro -2- In addition, input would be received from various other business and social groups by the Clubhouse Committee and the Clubhouse Architect. Change of Meeting Time Max Williamson suggested the time of the regular Golf Committee meetings be changed. After some discussion it was agreed to change the meeting to the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 P.M. in City Hall or other arranged location. 1987 Golf Course Marketing Plan John Drips reviewed the 1987 Golf Course Marketing Plan with the Committee. Included in the plan was: (1) Continuation of the Junior Clinic and teaching program (2) Possibility of a Clinic with the Women's Association (3) Approaching radio and TV stations to promote McCall Golf Course through short spots and articles (4) Addition of Tournaments: a. IGA 2-man Scramble b. PGA Seniors Pro -Am c. ISGA Seniors and wives tournament d. BSU vs U of I Student - Alumni - Faculty Challenge e. Return of Morrison-Knudsen Tournament in '87 f. Possible return of Arid Club Tournament Preliminary Work on Clubhouse Site Laidlaw briefly described the preliminary work he has done regarding the clubhouse site. He also displayed some "information gathering forms" which he hopes the committee will work on and give more specific direction to the design work. Adjournment The meeting adjourned at 9:20 A.M. Golf Committee Chairman Secretary McCALL GOLF COURSE MINOR PROJECT WORK LIST Priorities (1 is most urgent, 5 is least urgent) PROJECTS 2 1. Paint Clubhuse and all cart sheds 4 2. Finish painting old maintenance shed 1 3. Clean-up, fill with soil, and seed old stump holes 1 4. Extend drain tile on Greens #12, 16 (and wherever else needed) to large gravel sumps in roughs 3 5. Bluegrass - Ryegrass Nursery left off #2 fairway 5 6. Continue tree transplanting as equipment is available 3 7. Cart Path oiling 4 8. Remove dying, dead or leaning trees 4 9. Sprinkler head addition and/or changes 5 10. Miscellaneous brush cleaning and thinning 2 11. "Shiner Creek" Erosing Control Projects: (left of 3 green, front of 2 green, #17 green) 1 12. Change Lake fill systems to meet EPA guidelines 5 13. Trim lower limbs on trees by Clubhouse 1 14. Finish cart path renovation 3 15. Sod bad spots in aprons and approaches 1 16. Kitchen linoleum (replace or repair) 1 17. Cover fluorescent lamps in kitchen 5 18. Furniture in Clubhouse d~ AC" t a, ( �j f - �00 9'� \C \NAPA Medium duty Gas NA Med.duty 1 220.00 220.00 Purch 12-1-85 NA k. d` Welding outfit ( 4. �i Ayl Schrader "Queen size" 2757 "•tueen" ]. 300.00 300.00 Purch 2-15-86 NA Wood Stove ( �,, � '84 Ford 4110 Tractor- C661166 42 H.P. 1 10,127.00 10,000,00 Purch 9726-86 20 L� '85 Honda Elite JH2KF0123 130 CC: 1 1,100.00 800.00 Purch 6-86 L; 150 Scooter Homelite 360 Prof- essional Chain Saw E001526 6F2410010 36 CC 1 345.00 300.00 SURPLUS EQUIPMENT Domelito Super XL -AO 402260231 30 CC 1 250.00 Chain Saw ( Weedeater Model 978 978 ? ]. 400.00 75.00 Purch 10-86 4 Should be sold at surplus auction Sell or junk Cushrnant Aereator-Siicer A009082 1 1,500.00 9Sell to other e.� 7�i jQ golf facility )r._ Topdresser NA 2/3 YD 1 750.00 75:�. ? 00 Sell to other golf facility /I (c S� (c ,fO C* (b E a(2.. - b ac-"o e 9 / b / 9 // 1_ "�-� , ,1.,^ e A^- X A't 09Kc ) . Q,vt(—%)- / — CO"1"ac-r /OQ.O6y.ra, Foe 4 who %i--, c_y,, 500.00