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GAC Minutes 2000 06/14GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES June 14th, 2000 Attending: Max Williamson Todd McKenna Mary Clemmer Cad Hoss Dan Pillard Dad McKim Bill McMurray Marc Rhodes Roger Snodgrass Jeanne Campbell Minutes: Motion was moved and seconded to approve the minutes for the May 10"~ meeting. New Business: The committee moved and seconded to recommend a cash refund to the Simmon's season pass refund request. Dan Pillard will propose the junior golf program and the Simmon's pass request to the city council. The committee reviewed the tree removal action taken by Malcolm Scott. The committee recommends that Dan contact the city in regards to the appropriate action to be taken. Old Business: Dan reported that the new tees will be constructed by June 23"~ and that the remaining bddges will be constructed before the McCall Amateur. The committee wants to thank Winston Yeast for building the bridges. Call for Additional Items: Items mentioned were: installation of a fountain on the pond on #1 Aspen in addition to cleaning the pond. The color of the outhouses with green chose over blue. Dan will check on the contract with Bison Portables. Dan was requested to check on a lifetime pass that was taken away form Bill Mockwitz in 1978. Mr. Mockwitz built 7 greens in 1968 in exchange for the pass. The committee moved and seconded to move the meetings to 5:30 PM at the clubhouse. Additional yardage markers were requested for the tees and cartpaths. Staff Reports: Mary Clemmer reported that the clubhouse grossed $12,000 in May. $3,000 losses were due to bad weather reducing beverage cart and beer sales. Mary would like some additional storage for tables and to install two additional pop machines. Dan Pillard covered his report under new and old business and Cad Hoss had no report. MOORE SMITH BUXTON & TURCKE, CHARTERED N;m'H & IDngo Cl~"t'~ SulX~ ~20 225 ?qv~'m 9wa SI-lt.'r, Bols -~ID 8~702 'r~t~mon-a (2o~} ~Tl-180O FAX: {208) 3~1-12112 *Also A~imitled in Oregon ~ Also Adm/tt~d in Washln~o~t VIA FACSIMILE ju y 6, 2000 208/634-3038 Cathleen Koch, City Clerk City of McCall 216 E. Park Stxeet McCall, ID 83638 Re: Golf Course Passes Dear Cathleen: The issue has arisen as to the City's ability to grant extensions of the golf course season passes or conunit the City to refund such fees for a future season. Without addressing any particular situation, in genera[ cities may not make decisions that commit the city to an expenditure or Liability beyond the present fiscal year. This prohibition stems from the Idaho Constitution m~d contains very few exceptions, none of which would apparently reach golf course season passes. Consequemty, we advise considering such issues within each applicable fiscal year. As always, if you have any questions or problems, please contact me. Sincerely, MOOKE SM]TH BUXTON & TURCKE, CHARTER-ED David H. Bieter DHB/mc cc: Dan Pillard, golf course manager