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GAC Minutes 1994 11/02GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES November 2, 1994 Attending: Ted Whiteman Frank Brown Jeff Goodman Charles Denham Jim Henderson Judy Barkley CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Chairman Whiteman called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Rick VanNoy was absent while all other committee members were present. MINUTES: Frank Brown moved that the minutes from the October 5 meeting be approved as written. The date reads September 14, but it should read October 5. OLD BUSINESS: 1) Review Question List The committee read the questions in numerical order and answered each one to the best of their knowledge. Jim Henderson attended to offer some assistance in questions directed toward the city. Chairman Whiteman will provide written answers to the three people who presented the questions. 2) Treasure Valley Women's Amateur Chairman Whiteman conducted a telephone poll of the rest of the committee. The purpose was to ratify the dates for the tournament. The committee as a whole was favorable to the dates of July 10, 11, and 12. ****Frank Brown moved to recommend to the city council to approve July 10, 11, and 12 as the dates for the Treasure Valley Women's Amateur. Judy Barkley seconded. Motion carried. 3) Irrigation Engineer R.F.P. Denham reported that he had received one proposal so far. It is from C. H. Kuhn and Associates out of Seattle, Washington. The deadline for proposals is November 10. Committee will look at this again next agenda. 4) Long Term Maintenance Agreement S.M.R. The committee was presented with an outline of the long term maintenance agreement between the city and S.M.R. After discussion two items in the agreement were of concern. One was in #5 Maintenance of the Addition, second item retaining walls, ballwashers, etc. The committee wondered if S.M.R. was providing ballwashers since the city is expected to maintain them. Also, #6 Standards of Play, last item pertaining to etiquette, states the city should conduct "reasonable course hours to allow homeowner privacy". These hours should be stated or the line should be stricken from the agreement. If the hours are stated the city needs to be agreeable to them. NEW BUSINESS: 1) Chipping Green Practice Area The Men's Association is interested in constructing a practice green area near the new 9. There are some wetlands issues that need to be looked into. 2) Reports from Men's and Women's Associations Frank Brown and Judy Barkley presented the outcome of their respective association meetings. Common issues from both were the surcharge and the patio furniture at the clubhouse. The Men's Association suggested that a profit and loss printout be posted in the clubhouse. Also they wanted to know what the status is of the cart storage adjacent to the maintenance shop. The committee suggested that city staff attend the next meeting to elaborate on the subject. With no further business the meeting adjourned at 9:25 P.M. Respectfully Submitted,