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GAC Minutes 1987 06/03GOLF COURSE COMMITTEE Clubhouse Meeting ._ June 3, 1987 Members present: Brian Mickels, John Drips, Pat Hardy, Bob East, Max Williamson and Clubhouse Architect Andy Laidlaw. Andy Laidlaw distributed handouts of space programming for the various functions of the clubhouse based on previous meetings discussions. At the same time, he revealed a conceptual drawing of the site plan which showed the area of deeded land with the proposed clubhouse, parking and access included. This site plan included 2 tennis courts which had been conceptually located where the present #5 Tee is located. It was felt by the committee and staff that this was not an appropriate location for the tennis courts, and that if courts were to be built, they should be in the parking area South of the clubhouse. Also, if tennis courts were to be included in the plan, more land would be necessary to provide adequate parking for all the functions. The committee decided that they would talk to Don Medley about approaching Warren Brown about negotiating to buy or trade for another 100 - 150 feet South of the present deeded clubhouse site. The committee would send a written, as well as an oral invitation to Warren and Frank Brown to attend the July 1, 1987, Committee meeting at which time the scope of the project could be discussed. Andy Laidlaw passed out a "pre -preliminary" cost estimate sheet and asked for discussion. He explained that this is a very general analysis and that it is only meant to provide a generalized amount of total costs associated with the committee's wants and desires. One of the items of question, was the sewer access. Three alternatives were discussed and it was decided that more investigation was necessary. Conversation then switched to the funding and budgeting question of this facility. John Drips suggested that we sit down and figure out exactly what the financial constraints will be, (based on annual revenues, expenditures, long term capital improvements, etc.) to come up with a figure that would represent the debt retire- ment per year. Once the debt retirement is figured, the loan amount based on this figure should be added to the other sources of funding to figure approx- imately what the Golf Course could afford. This philosophy was well received by the committee, and was expanded to include the possibility of involving a financial consultant to help with these matters. Meeting was adjourned at approximately 9:15 P.M. Brian Mickels