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GAC Minutes 1995 10/11Attending: Ted Whiteman Jeane Campbell Rick VanNoy GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES Oct. 11, 1995 Golf Clubhouse Phil Gilman Charles Denham Mary Clemmer Roll Call and Call to order: Chairman Whiteman called the meeting to order at 7:05pm. Jeff Goodman was absent while all other members were present. Minutes: Rick VanNoy moved that the minutes of the meeting on Sept.S be approved as presented. Phil Gilman second. Motion carried. New Business: 1) Judy Barkley resignation Chairman Whiteman read a letter from Judy Barkley explaining her reasons for resigning her seat on the adviosory committee. The other members extend many thanks to Judy for her insight and comments while serving on the committee. 2) Seat New Committee Member Jeane Campbell will be the new Ladies Association representative on the advisory committee. The committee welcomes her input. 3) Resignation of Charles Denham Superintendent Denham informed the committee that he has notified the city that he will be accepting a position at another golf course. Gary Shimun was given written notice on Oct. 2 and Charlie's last day will be Oct. 13. Old Business: 1)New Nine Status Supt. Denham informed the committee of the councils decision not to play the addition this year. The addition is playable , but the city council wants some agreements finanized with O'neil before play commences. 2) Irrigation System Update The lease purchase agreement is being drafted by the bank. The next step will be to take the agreement to a judge for validation. Jim Henderson is moving forward with the process and should have the answer in December. Other Business: 1)Staff Reports Charles Denham was asked about the new irrigation system and how everything has been centered around his input. Kuhn is aware of all recent changes and the new superintendent will be able to work with them to successfully install the system. If there are any questions that Mr. Denham can answer for the city he has made himself available to do so. Mary Clemmer spoke of a 3 year study she conducted. She said that this year is down from last. She also spoke of the need for air conditioning in the clubhouse, more storage, and power to the snack shack. The committee wants to address the snack shack issue at the Dec. 6 meeting. With no further business the meeting adjourned at 8:35pm. Res tfully ubmitte ed White an, Chairman GOLF COURSE MONIES TO THE CITY OF McCALL as of September 30, 1995 1995 vs. 1994 Gr.Fees Tourney Passes Surcharge Tr.Fees Locker Total 1995 221,543 8,255 107,135 N/A 10,444 1,659 349,036 1994 225,561 8,320 120,290 5,785 12,094 1,260 373,310 (4,018) (65) (13,155) (5,785) (1,650) 399 (24,274) City of McCall down 7% from 1994. ROUNDS PLAYED: 18 Holes 9 Holes Passes Tourney Total 1995 9,291 2,526 10,394 4,178 26,389 1994 9,822 3,183 13,477 3,878 30,360 (531) (657) (3,083) 300 (3,971) Play down 14% from 1994. Opening Day # Days Open # Rain Days % Rain Days 1995 May 20th 134 22 17% 1994 April29th 155 25 17% Note: Recap of Rounds Played from April 29 thru May 19, 1994: 18 Holes 9 Holes Passes Toumey Total 321 118 1,180 0 1,619 Taking 4/29-5/19/94 play into consideration, play is down 8% from last year. Comments: Our nearest competition, Meadow Creek Golf & Field Club of New Meadows, was closed to public play in 1994 and reopened to public play as of 1995. Lew Golde, their head golf professional, reports 10,000 1995 rounds versus 1,000 1994 rounds. Ted Whiteman P.O. Box 1566 McCall, Id. 83638 Phil Gilman P.O.Box 1907 McCall, Id. 83638 Jeff Goodman P.O. Box 1662 McCall, Id. 83638 Jeane Campbell P.O. Box 1978 McCall, Id. 83638 Rick VanNoy 224 Nasi Ln. McCall, Id. 83638 Phone: 634-8340 (home) 634-4111 (work) Phone: 634-4435 (home) 634-7200 (work) Phone: 634-5510 (home) 634-7818 (work) Phone: 634-4242 (home) Phone: 325-8975 (home) 634-8410-13198 (mobile)