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GAC Minutes 1999 09/08GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES Attending: Max Williamson Jeff Goodman Carl Floss September 8, 1999 Dan Pi e`7r tampbell Judy Brown Todd McKenna Mary Clemmer Minutes: The following changes were made to the minutes of the September 8th meeting: Mrs. Crandall's name was correctly spelled, changed from Crandle to Crandall. Motion was moved and seconded to approve the minutes for the September 8th meeting. sea. we -- New Business: Jeanie Campbell commented that there were new scorecards to be printed and that they were paid for two years ago. Discussion was made to the following course changes: level #6 ladies tee, elevate #8 ladies tee, enlarge #8 ladies tee, aspen, widen fairways for the women on holes 5,6 birch 120-180 yards from the tee, add more trash cans and coolers, hide the existing pumphouse structure with mounding and trees, remove the cattails on ladies 7 birch tee, move tee back occasionally on #7 birch ladies tee. Max Williamson presented a letter from Shepherd's Home, requesting the use of the golf facility on August 11t, 00. Old Business: Discussion of location of snack shack. Mary Clemmer reported that the snack shack revenues average $20,000. She commented that to use a golf cart instead it would take 3 hours longer per day without the snack shack. She said that she would check into the cost of a new cart. Jeannie Campbell said that the Women's group and most of the golfing community wants the snack shack to remain in its current location. There was discussion to improve aesthetics in its current location and the relocation to #6 aspen tee. Jeannie motioned to leave the snack shack in its present location, due to popular demand, after consideration to the use of carts, relocating and improving aesthetics, motion carried. Discussion on the new bridge project resulted in deciding to arrange the day and time next meeting. Staff Reports: Carl Hoss presented a revenue report. The report showed revenue up $40,000, 11 percent over last year. Carl reported frost cost the city a minimum of 36 tee times. Dan Pillard reported he was ordering 4,600 feet of 6" drainpipe at $1.07/ft and that the crew was going to start installation when the pipe is delivered. The men's association will pay for half of the pipe, 16 ball washers and half the cost of trencher rent and culverts for the drainage project this year. Mary Clemmer reported that revenue was up $10,000 for the year and down $1,000 in August. 49//le4//djeariyLzaitrr- CA4,', /0/ /MI