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GAC Minutes 1996 09/11Golf Course Advisory Committee Minutes Sept. 11, 1996 Attending: Jeannie Campbell Bill McMurray Phil Gillman ��i(711.101 Jeff Goodman Jeff Motioned the minutes of Aug. 24 be approved Rick 2nd. the motion and the committee passed it unanimously. New Business: Humanitarian Tournament Carl said at that time of year the regular business is low as far as green fees and that it helps out on that end of things. Status of Committee Chairperson Suggestions from Rick Van Noy 1. No action be taken until member at large is appointed. Rick said he talked with Gary Shimun and he mentioned that City Council wasn't sure if they want six people on board, but were consideringMax Williamson 2. Rick suggested that the members of the committee take minutes of meeting tofeliever iknke tombs fof duties. 3. Proposed Charter be changed so that it is after election of Ladies and Mens Associations chairpeople so that they may have the opportunity to be President of the G.C.A.C. Jeannie and Phil mentioned the turnovers from each Association would make it difficult because they only serve one or two years at the most. Rick made a motion that the Committee Chairperson not be elected until new Committee member is appointed and that the Chairperson will be elected i yearly meeting. Motion 2nd by Jeannie and Committee passed unanimously. Budget Shortfall It was suggested that decision be based on end of year report. Find out what actuals are (were) and if the projected revenues were from G.C.A.C. and or the city. Discuss budget and make recommendations to city. Wilde;item for October;, tng Old Business -itligatiOn System Status Report Mike said that Turf Sprinkler would get underway on the 30th of September. Mike also mentioned and gave a written figure of the cost of changing over to a VFD System. The Committee suggested we hold off on that and consider a 10 HP jockey pump to help save on electricity usage. Timberlost II/Pumphouse Resolution Mike said he had looked at the area around the pump house and figured it would take approximately 12 trees and 4 shrubs to hide most of the building. Bob Christensen said they would like to know the cost so the Homeowners Association could assist in the cost. Additional Items Bill McMurray was in question of what the G.C.A.C.'s plans and, • are and asked about n Statement. Rick suggested we review the r 4 Bill made a motion to review the Mission Stameri an determine what could be done to improve on it. Phil 2nd the motion and the committee passed in unanimously. Jeannie made a motion to change the monthly meeting to 5:30 p.m. during the months from October thru April, Bill 2nd the motion and the committee passed it unanimously. Bill mentioned that S.M.R. has video tapes of how to properly play the new nine (Cedar). Bill also mentioned the possibility of a X-Country ski track on Cedar. There would be a collection box and that money would help out the Parks and Recreation Departments as well as the golf course. Mike Combs said he didn't have a problem with that, but we would have to make sure the track was confined to the cart path as much as possible and to out of play areas where applicable. Mike's biggest concern was keeping people off the greens. Bill mentioned that it doesn't seem like the golf course advertises very much and was wondering if that could be increased to help bring more people in for green fees. Carl said he was encouraged not to spend much money on advertising. Rick mentioned that there are a lot of supplies needed forury't. Rick said he had some raid road ties for the base, Bob Hitchcock would supply the wood, Jeff said he had some siding and Rick said he would check on some metal for the roof. Mike said there was a little left over from the pump house. Rick asked Phil about volunteers from the Mens Association. Phil said just give him the date and he would get some help. Staff Reports Mike, Carl and Mary said everything went well this year. Mary mentioned the totals from the no smoking poll. 98 for smoking and 57 for non-smoking. Mmeeting adjourned, see ya Wednesday, October 9th at 5:30 p.m.