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GAC Minutes 1996 10/09GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES OCT. 9, 1996 ATTENDING: Max Williamson Phil Gillman Jeannie Campbell Rick VanNoy Jeff Goodman Bill McMurray (absent) Phil motioned to approve minutes of previous meeting on September 11, 1996, Jeannie 2na the motion and it carried unanimously. NEW BUSINESS Rick welcomed Max Williamson and the committee appreciated Max's previous experience serving on the committee. A. Taking of minutes, altemating responsibility Starting in April the committee will split the summer months between themselves as far as taking minutes. Phil made a motion to change the mission statement that the Golf Course Superintendent is not required to take minutes from the months of April - October and the President of the Advisory Committee will assign the months for each committee member to take the minutes. Motion was 2na by Jeannie Campbell and the motion carried unanimously. B. Status of Year-End Reports Mike said the City had not finished the end of the year reports and this would be discussed in the following meeting. Max asked how much to the good the golf course started out the year, Mike had no answer. OLD BUSINESS A. Mary's Storage Unit Rick mentioned he talked with Bill Housdorf on a temporary building for Mary's storage, Bill said he would need to get approval on fire safety, and that it was fine to put the building up. Rick talked with Ken McGee and he would over-see the project along with Tom reedy and Phil Gillman. Rick said the framing lumber would come from Bob Hitchcock and Rick mentioned that we still need a flat metal door, cedar siding, and metal roofing. The committee decided that Mary needed to organize the rest of the supplies with Ken and Tom. B. Irrigation System Status Report Mike said the project was moving along slowly but was pleased with the quality of the work done by Turf Sprinkler. Mike felt that current pace the system would not be completed until August of 1997. STAFF REPORTS Mike said that the season had gone well and that we were winding down on the maintenance end of things and he was happy because he didn't have many employees. Golf Pro, Carl Hoss, said that they had had a good season. Carl showed the committee a report on the increase of play this season and the cOmmittee was pleased by the increase but it wasn't as much as everyone had originally hoped. Ma~ was not present.