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GAC Minutes 1994 07/06GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES July 6, 1994 Attending: Ted Whiteman, Chairman Frank Brown Judy Barkley Jeff Goodman Rick VanNoy May Clemmer Carl Hoss Charles Denham CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: The Chairman called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. All members were present. MINUTES: The minutes Goodman moved to approve the minutes of June 1, 1994 as presented. Brown seconded and the motion carried. NEW BUSINESS: 1) Treasure Valley Women's Amateur A representative from the Women's Assoc. attended the meeting to speak on behalf of the tournament. They wished to see if McCall Golf Course would be able to host the T.V. W.A. next season. Several courses around the Valley take turns hosting. McCall has hosted in years past. The Association is planning to bring a formal proposal to the next meeting for further consideration. 2) Committee Participation Request in Budgeting: ******* The consensus of the Committee is that they need more background on the budgeting process to make more informed recommendations. They would like to see monthly printouts as we progress through the fiscal year, Rick VanNoy moved to recommend to the City Council that the Golf Advisory Committee actively take part in the budget process with Council and staff. Brown seconded and the motion carried unanimously. 3) Toothman-Orton Pump Station: ******** Superintendent Denham explained his reasons for going with the #2 choice of pump stations from Toothman-Orton. The variable frequency drive was cited as the most important reason. The future upgrade to the irrigation system is another. If the irrigation is going to be automated in the near future, it is wise to choose a pump station to accommodate the improvements. Frank Brown moved to recommend to City Council that the pump station #2 be funded by the minimum project. Goodman seconded and the motion carried unanimously. OLD BUSINESS: 1) Play Pace Policy: ******** Chairman Whiteman conducted a telephone poll of the rest of the Committee on this subject. They were unanimous in saying yes to having a play pace policy. Through this poll, the Committee as a whole recommends to the City Council that McCall Golf Course adopt a fast play policy consisting of a 4 hour and 20 minute time limit. More strict marshalling may be needed to enforce the policy. Carl currently has 750 hours for marshalling per season. This may need to be increased and the Committee was favorable toward that. 2) Budget Considerations, 1995: ********* The Committee discussed the capital expenditures presented by Superintendent Denham for the 1995 season. This list was presented at last meeting. Rick VanNoy moved to recommend to the City Council that the list presented by Denham be approved if funds are available. If enough money is not available, it was suggested that the full time assistant and the pickup truck be of the lowest priority. Mary Clemmer presented a list of items she would like considered. The Committee voted to approve the construction of additional storage. They discussed several other options for the snack shack. These options will be investigated and a recommendation will be make at the next meeting. The Committee feels that the additional storage will rectify the office situation. The safety of the office will be looked into by Idaho Power. The slicer will be checked out for possible repair or rebuild in the interest of cost. Rick VanNoy moved to recommend to the City Council to approve Ms. Clemmer's request for addition storage. Jeff Goodman seconded and the motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT: With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:45 p.m. Respec lly Submitted, /4" Ted Whiteman, Chairman