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GAC Minutes 1994 02/02MCCALL GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES FEBRUARY 2, 1994 I. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Chairman Whiteman called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. Committeemen Whiteman, VanNoy, Brown, and Goodman were present. Also jai:es 11G weie: Mary Clemmer, Mike Anderson, Tea Burton, Dean Martens, Phil Gilman, Jerry Summers, Harry Simpson and Bud Schmidt. a�///;.0 PC,A,Co A60.0,, / ETC a rr. ,41. / — �i .+4,.- II. MINUTES: The January 4, 1994 minutes were presented. Goodman moved to approve the minutes as presented. VanNoy seconded and the motion carried unanimously. III. RECONSIDERATION OF SEASON PASS COMMITTEE BY THE CITY COUNCIL: The Chair reviewed the process before the Council. Staff reports Manager, the City Attorney and the atta tral.st4,44.f <ostd-°'`de) +++++++++++ FEES, REFERRED BACK TO to date and the discussion were made by the Interim City City Treasurer. (2 anNo revs-wea status of passes and noted that, by his cou t, of all 13 passes were issued to persons living insi•- the oftiontawilim He estimated the average number of rounds •layed per pass at 35-38 rounds per season. He estimated the tota - ime •ass •unds at less than 1600 per season. He advised that r he play was by pass holders and INNIMp of revenue was from pass holders. He estimated that daily fee users played of the total rounds, but contributed® the total revenue. The Committee considered several alternatives to the prior recommendation. After a lengthy discussion, VanNoy moved to recommend to the City Council an amended season pass fee as follows: azete to /au/a/in P('7 dr. ��•�t, /1g:twis ccQ 1. A pass purchased sold for $280. 2. A pass purchased $300. 3. Play on the pass below. on or before Mparc4, 31, )994 shall be O on April 1 or after shall be sold for shall be unlimited except for item 4 During the months of July and August of 1994, pass holders playing on weekends (Saturdays and before 4 p.m. on Sundays) shall be subject to a $5.00 surcharge for each weekend tee time. 9 o to (repeet-14-e)-reay. 56t8," /0044 in crCQ•IAC ` -F6 z 34 GS> (ire ce,m4ct fC.csah j'c C`d� '�04/9,S e � Zdo ar�-rat4so 2641.5" (`/zo7�olSedS1---Lc� e-5/7, z �o AND that the City offer a discount coupon book at $150 for 10 green fees which should be transferable but non-refundable and that staff should design such books and review the layout with the Committee at the next meeting. Goodman seconded timmilimp IV. POLICY ISSUES: The Committee received two draft policy statements, one regarding the refunding of season pass fees and one related to free golf privileges. After brief discussion, these were moved to the ,ieA L meeting agenda. V. KITCHEN REMODELING: Mary Clemmer outlined proposed improvements and toured the kitchen area with the Committee. Discussion of lease -purchase opportunities, city crew construction of walls, and other matters were discussed. The Committee asked for additional information and asked to reschedule this item to the next agenda. It was so ordered. VI. ADJOURNMENT: Without further business, the meeting adjourned. Respectfully submitted, Ted Whiteman, Chairman AA.el elfrue,va-a-c — /1/20A-4 CRA/K-c4 sfi7 /9/ I�P�P tve-(-(!'Q_ a,rF'-k Atcom c4c6.,1 vrr�'s* ihr ,vim ./(-( 6.4 72pe efit;f;