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2000 GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES December 12, 2000 Attending: Roger Snodgrass Max Williamson Mary Clemmer Jeff Goodman Todd McKenna Bill McMurry Dan Pillard Minutes: Motion was made and seconded to approve the minutes of the November 8th meeting as written, motion carried unanimously. Public Request or Comments: None New Business: The committee reviewed the In Idaho Agreement/Golf Proposal. The committee agreed that In Idaho was in violation of the original agreement. It was moved and seconded to end the agreement with In Idaho Vacations. Chairman Todd McKenna agreed to draft an RFP proposal for marketing, promoting and accommodations for golf. FY 99-00 year end review. The committee reviewed the current FY year-end report and will again review the auditor's report when it becomes available. Old Business: None Call For Additional Items: Bill McMurry presented a copy of the golf course agreement between the city and Spring Mountain Ranch. Bill mentioned that the city is in violation of the 60-day notification clause when the city removed three trees on the seventh fairway. Bill mentioned that SMR would send the city a letter detailing the disagreement. Staff Reports: No staff reports. Submitted By, 110/oi / ozh.k fl`kk Todd McKenna, Chairman te GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES November 8, 2000 Attending: Roger Snodgrass Max Williamson Dad McKim Jeff Goodman Marc Rhoades Todd McKenna Carl Hoss Dan Pillard Mary Clemmer Minutes: Motion was made and seconded to approve the minutes of the October 18th meeting as written, with the addition of Marc Rhoades's name, motion carried unanimously. Public Request or Comments: None New Business: The committee reviewed the Simmon's Letter to the city, requesting a credit for Janet Simmons season pass and the Simmon's trail fee to the 2001 golf season. The committee approved the request and motion was made and seconded, carried unanimously to recommend the credit of Janet Simmon's season pass and the Simmon's trail fee to the 2001 golf season. Old Business: None Call For Additional Items: Dad McKim made a request to hide the maintenance building after a request was made. Dan Pillard reported that a burm was constructed around the facility to block the view to the yard. This was done in response to requests to the city. Committee discussed the In Idaho agreement, Dan will gather invoices and report on the status during the December meeting. Roger Snodgrass reported that he would like to see additional storage for the clubhouse fixtures. The committee recommends that the city develop additional enclosed storage for the clubhouse fixtures, supplies and items. Staff Reports: Mary Clemmer- Mary presented the clubhouse deposits for Sept/Oct of the 2000 golf season. Dan Pillard — Dan reported that all chemical and fertilizer applications were applied prior to the permanent snowfall. All greens and tees with surrounding areas were treated. Fairways were not treated, due to budget restrictions. Dan reported that many dead trees were removed, mainly for reduction of the spread of disease, insects and the liability of a dead tree falling on someone playing golf. Dan also reported that a sewer was installed for Spring Mountain Ranch. The sewer line crosses the ninth fairway and will require fill and sod in the spring. The cartpath by the ninth green was moved to the right to accommodate the SMR Development. Carl Hoss— Carl presented revenue figures for the 2000 golf season. Submitted by, / a--621 JY7k I2/rt/oz' Todd McKenna, Chairman Date GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES October 18th, 2000 Attending: Todd McKenna Mary Clemmer Roger Snodgrass Carl Hoss Jeannie Campbell Dan Pillard Minutes: It was moved and seconded to approve the minutes of the September 13th meeting as written. Public Requests or Comments: None New Business: Committee moved and seconded to allow the snowshoe golf tournament to be held at the McCall Golf Course during winter carnival, February 1,2, 3td. Old Business: The committee recommends the following season pass requests to city council: Season pass return - committee moved and seconded to approve the season pass refund for Janet Simmons, with the Simmon's trail fee to be credited to the 2001 golf season. Committee moved and seconded to approve the season pass refund for Barbara Hartung. Staff Report: Dan Pillard — reported that the proposed practice area would be included in the comprehensive wetland change and permit process. He reported that agreements have been made for the application process to begin with the Army Corps of Engineers. Mary Clemmer— Mary presented the August clubhouse deposits. The YTD figure was $199,907.62; the YTD figure through Oct 17th was 204,859.60 for 1999 and 208,778 for FY 2000. Carl Hoss —Carl presented revenue figures for the 2000 season. GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES October 18th, 2000 Attending: Todd McKenna Mary Clemmer Roger Snodgrass Carl Hoss Jeannie Campbell Dan Pillard Minutes: It was moved and seconded to approve the minutes of the September 13th meeting as written. Public Requests or Comments: None New Business: Committee moved and seconded to allow the snowshoe golf tournament to be held at the McCall Golf Course during winter carnival, February 1,2, 3rd Old Business: The committee recommends the following season pass requests to city council: Season pass return - committee moved and seconded to approve the season pass refund for Janet Simmons, with the Simmon's trail fee to be credited to the 2001 golf season. Committee moved and seconded to approve the season pass refund for Barbara Hartung. Staff Report: Dan Pillard — reported that the proposed practice area would be included in the comprehensive wetland change and permit process. He reported that agreements have been made for the application process to begin with the Army Corps of Engineers. Mary Clemmer— Mary presented the August clubhouse deposits. The YTD figure was $199,907.62; the YTD figure through Oct 17th was 204,859.60 for 1999 and 208,778 for FY 2000. Carl Hoss —Carl presented revenue figures for the 2000 season. GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES September 13, 2000 Attending: Marc Rhoades Max Williamson Roger Snodgrass Todd McKenna Dad McKim Staff members: Mary Clemmer Carl Floss Dan Pillard Minutes: It was moved and seconded to approve the minutes from the August 9`h meeting with the exception of correcting Rhodes to Rhoades. New Business: After discussing the development of a new practice facility, the committee recommends that the city pursue development of the facility next to the driving range as long as the practice facility has no adverse effect on changing the wetland issues and playability of the cedar golf course. A new cartpath fee of $1 to be added to greens fees was discussed. The committee _ decided to discuss this idea when discussing setting the 2001 rates and will research the idea before then. After reviewing the financial statements and depreciation schedules, the committee has questions and concerns to be discussed at a future meeting. Old Business: It moved and seconded to present the season pass refund policy to city council for approval and to become an ordinance or resolution. Call for Additional Items: The McCall women's Golf Association presented a list of suggested improvements. • Installing divot mix containers on the golf carts. • Make yardage markers visible. • Paint yardage markers on cartpaths. • Add new signs from 5 aspen to 6 aspen tee and from 7 aspen to 8 aspen front tee. • Shrubs on handicap ramps cut back. • Clean carpets and furniture. • Repair locks on upstairs bathroom doors. • Add a sanitary paper toilet dispenser. • Change color of the portable restrooms. Staff Reports: Dan Pillard reported that the construction of the bridges was completed and the drainage ditches were seeded. Mary Clemmer discussed revenue numbers. GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES September 13, 2000 Attending: Marc Rhoades Max Williamson Roger Snodgrass Todd McKenna Dari McKim Staff members: Mary Clemmer Carl Hoss Dan Pillard Minutes: It was moved and seconded to approve the minutes from the August 9th meeting with the exception of correcting Rhodes to Rhoades. New Business: After discussing the development of a new practice facility, the committee recommends that the city pursue development of the facility next to the driving range as long as the practice facility has no adverse effect on changing the wetland issues and playability of the cedar golf course. A new cartpath fee of$1 to be added to greens fees was discussed. The committee decided to discuss this idea when discussing setting the 2001 rates and will research the idea before then. After reviewing the financial statements and depreciation schedules, the committee has questions and concerns to be discussed at a future meeting. Old Business: It moved and seconded to present the season pass refund policy to city council for approval and to become an ordinance or resolution. Call for Additional Items: The McCall women's Golf Association presented a list of suggested improvements. • Installing divot mix containers on the golf carts. • Make yardage markers visible. • Paint yardage markers on cartpaths. • Add new signs from 5 aspen to 6 aspen tee and from 7 aspen to 8 aspen front tee. • Shrubs on handicap ramps cut back. • Clean carpets and furniture. • Repair locks on upstairs bathroom doors. • Add a sanitary paper toilet dispenser. • Change color of the portable restrooms. Staff Reports: Dan Pillard reported that the construction of the bridges was completed and the drainage ditches were seeded. Mary Clemmer discussed revenue numbers. • GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES August 9, 2000 Attending: Todd McKenna Marc Rhodes Roger Snodgrass Carl Hoss Dan Pillard Mary Clemmer Minutes: The committee moved and seconded, passed unanimously to approve the minutes of the July 12th meeting. New Business: The committee reviewed the season pass refund policy. It was moved and seconded, passed unanimously to submit the current policy to the city council for approval in resolution form. Old Business: The committee reviewed a list of course projects that Dan proposed. They are as follows: • Bridges on#7 birch green, front#7 aspen green, to be completed in two weeks. • Fairway drainage and sod on #5 cedar fairway, project completed. • Several irrigation repairs completed. • " Wet areas to be addressed and repaired. • Several drain lines to be completed, #5, #7 cedar fairways have some completed lines. • Tee yardage markers to be installed. Mary Clemmer reported revenues increased from $107,348.15 in 1999 to $ 115,171.88 in 2000. There were complaints of hitting golf balls off of#1 tee. Carl and Dan had no report. Adjournment Next meeting will be the l3`h of September at 5:30 PM * Requires City Council Action I DRAFT 1-25-94 AMENDED 3-2-94 AMENDED 3-11-94 POLICY STATEMENT CITY OF MCCALL, IDAHO REGARDING REFUNDS ON GOLF SEASON PASSES I . PURPOSE: The purpose of this policy is to ensure fairness in the refunding of golf pass funds by persons who may have purchased a pass and were unable to use it. II . POLICY: Persons wishing to secure a refund must apply to the City in writing outlining the reasons and conditions which did not permit them to use the pass . This application will be reviewed by the Golf Committee and their recommendation acted upon by the City Council. It is the policy of the city to issue refunds only based on physical injury, disability, or death subsequent to the purchase of the pass . Relocation, change of plans and other matters of personal choice shall not be the basis for any refund. No refund will be made for any pass used 7 times or more. For passes used 6 or fewer times, daily greens fees will be deducted from the purchase price for each time the pass was used. For example, a Pass costing $300, if used 6 times, if the daily fee were $20 per round, would result in a refund of $300 - 120 = $180. No refunds will be issued prior to the closure of the golf course for the season. No refunds will be made after December 31 for the prior year. The City may permit the pass payment to be extended to the next season's golf play or a cash refund of the unused portion of the pass payment, at the passholder's option. III . EXCEPTIONS: There are no exceptions to this policy. T,� J ADOPTED BY THE MCCALL CITY COUNCIL, THIS IV DAY DAY OF /W THE YEAR 191'6 II MAYOR CLERK GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES July 12th, 2000 Attending: Jeff Goodman, Jeanne Campbell, Dad McKim, Todd McKenna, Bill McMurry, Roger Snodgrass, Max Williamson, Marc Rhodes, Carl Ross, Mary Clemmer, Dan Pillard Minutes: The committee moved and seconded to approve the minutes of the July 12th meeting. Public Request or comments: It was requested to fill water jugs more frequently. There was a request for more ball washers. The ladies association would like to see the hole leveled on Birch#7, by the bridge and the cattails removed in front of the forward tees. A request to change the color of the portable restroom from blue to green was noted. New Business: Carl Hoss would like to submit a rate change of$11 for 9 holes Fri, Sat, Holidays, after 5pm. $22 for 18 holes Fri, Sat, Holidays, after 3pm. The committee moved and seconded to change these rates. Old Business: Dan Pillard reported the seeding of the drainage ditches was to begin in a week. Staff Reports: Mary Clemmer reported that the clubhouse were up $8,000. Carl Ross reported that the city was up $ 8,000 in revenue. Dan Pillard reported on requests to rake the ponds, install fountains. He reported the majority of the tee projects were complete. Uncompleted projects include: many drain lines need to be installed, five more tees need to be rebuilt, irrigation repairs, wetland changes to the cedar course and to clean up the left green on#6 aspen. Adjournment: .L. City of McCall Golf Course Committe McCall, Idaho 83638 Dear Sirs: I had written a letter to you in Sept., 1999 after the golf season was over requesting the refund of my season golf pass, cart trail fees, along with my wife, Janet's golf pass also. I had back surgery in June of 1999, and was unable to play golf for the year. My wife injured her achilles tendon, and didn't use her golf pass either. I was told in February of 2000 that I may need another back surgery this year, too. The city refunded the money for my golf pass, and Carl Hoss refunded the tournament fees I didn't play in also. I have since requested the refund of the trail cart fee, and Janet's season pass. We have been told different things, every time my wife goes over to City Hall to inquire. I think 6 months is a little extreme in finalizing the refund to us. I have written a letter to Carl, and he informed me that the Golf Committee must act on the refund. Four years ago, when I herniated two discs in my back, and missed the whole golf season, the City, and Carl refunded all fees to me within a month's time. We are not interested in a credit applied to this year, because my wife is wearing an orthopedic shoe, and is not going to play golf this year. I may need another back surgery, and could possibly miss another year of golf. I would kindly appreciate your immediate reponse to the refund of the unused fees for Janets' golf pass, and the cart trail fee, that was unused also. Everytime Janet goes over to inquire, she gets the "run around". This matter should have been resolved many month's ago. I don't understand the delay? How many times do you have to meet?Please reply! Sincerely� Gary fr. Simmons P.O. Box 602 McCall, Idaho 83638 MOORE SMITH BUXTON & TURCKE, CHARTERED ATV:WinnAT LAW WHEN&IDAHO O n.,SUITE920 1 725Nonrn STDEET,BOISE,ID 83702 TELEPHONE(208)331-1800 Ent (208)331.1102 DAVID a Bran SUSAN E.BUXTON• JOSEPH D.MALLET JOHN].McFADOEN'j Mtca,a C.MoonES BRUCE M.SAmn PAUL A.TURCAE Also Admitted in Oregon 4.Also Admitted in Washington July 6,2000 CIA FACSIMILE 208/634-3038 Cathleen Koch, City Clerk City of McCall 216 E. Park Street McCall,ID 83638 Re: Golf Course Passes Dear Cathleen: The issue has arisen as to the City's ability to grant extensions of the golf course season passes or commit the City to refund such fees for a future season. Without addressing any particular situation, in general cities may not make decisions that commit the city to an expenditure or liability beyond the present fiscal year. This prohibition stems from the Idaho Constitution and contains very few exceptions,none of which would apparently reach golf course season passes. Consequently, we advise considering such issues within each applicable fiscal year. As always,if you have any questions or problems,please contact me. Sincerely, MOORE SMITH BUXTON&TURCKE, CHARTERED •/ / t�, I David H. Bieter DHB/mc cc: Dan Pillard, golf course manager JUL. -06' 00(THU) 19: 12 MOORE SMITH BUXTON . TEL:208 331 1202 P. 002 • MOORE SMITH BUXTON & TURCKE, CHARTERED AITelNenATLAW Nnirna Inane Coast,SU,ITCO 225 NORTH Sn Sulan Bold'tD aim IIIRBerm a05)3$1.4300 FA,O(7en 331.1782 DAv,O R.Pant Sulth E Bur+nn• Jea EMI D.M tLt )ael.D.McMuoa.•; %4i,i nC.Won* Sauce M.an _ PAM TlaCa •Al,n Admired In CLngnn $Alao Admitted Wa,hinsme July 6,2000 YIA FACSIMILE 208/634-3038 Cathleen Koch, City Clerk City of McCall 216 E. Park Street McCall,lI) 83638 Re: Golf Course Passes Dear Cathleen: The issue has arisen as to the City's ability to grant extensions of the golf course season passes or commit the.City to refund such fees for a future season. Without addressing any particular situation, in general cities may not make decisions that commit the city to an expenditure or liability beyond the present fiscal year. This prohibition stems from the Idaho Constitution and contains very few exceptions,none of which would apparently reach golf course season passes. Consequently,we advise considering such issues within each applicable fiscal year. As always,if you have any questions or problems,please contact me. Sincerely, WERE SMITH Buxrori dc TURCKE,CapiibREU Qigiebez, David H.Bitter 1DHB/mc cc: Dan Pillard,golf course manager (em GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES June 14th, 2000 Attending: Max Williamson Dan Pillard Marc Rhodes Todd McKenna Dari McKim Roger Snodgrass Mary Clemmer Bill McMurray Jeanne Campbell Carl Hoss Minutes: Motion was moved and seconded to approve the minutes for the May 10'h meeting. New Business: The committee moved and seconded to recommend a cash refund to the Simmon's season pass refund request. Dan Pillard will propose the junior golf program and the Simmon's pass request to the city council. The committee reviewed the tree removal action taken by Malcolm Scott. The committee recommends that Dan contact the city in regards to the appropriate action to be taken. Old Business: Dan reported that the new tees will be constructed by June 23rd and that the remaining bridges will be constructed before the McCall Amateur. The committee wants to thank Winston Yeast for building the bridges. Call for Additional Items: Items mentioned were: installation of a fountain on the pond on#1 Aspen in addition to cleaning the pond. The color of the outhouses with green chose over blue. Dan will check on the contract with Bison Portables. Dan was requested to check on a lifetime pass that was taken away form Bill Mockwitz in 1978. Mr. Mockwitz built 7 greens in 1968 in exchange for the pass. The committee moved and seconded to move the meetings to 5:30 PM at the clubhouse. Additional yardage markers were requested for the tees and cartpaths. Staff Reports: Mary Clemmer reported that the clubhouse grossed $12,000 in May. $3,000 losses were due to bad weather reducing beverage cart and beer sales. Mary would like some additional storage for tables and to install two additional pop machines. Dan Pillard covered his report under new and old business and Carl Hoss had no report. City of McCall: May 27, 2000 I am writing this follow-up letter to inform you I am having A spinal fusion back operation on May 31a in Boise. I will not be playing Golf this year. In October I wrote a letter to you requesting a refund of the Unused fees for my annual golf pass. I also requested a refund of my Wife Janet's' annual golf fee, along with the Cart trail fee. My wife Injured her Achilles tendon. She didn't use her golf pass at all. I did receive my refund in November, but didn't receive hers' or the Trail fee. I don't understand why you could refund one, but not the Other? If it is now the City's policy not to refund unused fees, then I feel it is only right to credit me one annual golf pass and a cart trail ------ -- Fee-for the 2001 season, when I will again hopefully be playing again. This is my third and last letter. I would like a response in writing If possible. If I get no response, I will pursue other avenues to get results. Your immediate response would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Gary Glenn Simmons POBox 602 McCall, Idaho . GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES May 10"', 2000 Attending: Max Williamson Dan Pillard Carl Hoss Todd McKenna Dad McKim Roger Snodgrass Mary Clemmer Jeff Goodman- Minutes: Motion was moved and seconded to approve the minutes for the April 12th meeting. New Business: Lynn Goodwin, a licensed message therapist, representing the Traveling Hands Company, requested to set up a chair message service in the clubhouse. She proposed providing the service on Wed, Th, Fri and Sat, 10:30am— 4:00pm. The committee decided to check on city policy and ordinances regarding use of the clubhouse for temporary business and sub contracts. The committee reviewed the junior golf program guidelines. Max Williamson recommended approval of the junior golf program as written in the August 10th, 1999 GCAC minutes. Motion was moved and seconded, motion carried unanimously. The committee urges the city council to act at the next council meeting. Committee wants to attach a copy of the program to the minutes. The committee will discuss the chairman, vice-chairman positions at the next meeting. Todd McKenna will remain as the new chairman. Old Business: Jeff Goodman suggested that we remove a bridge on #7. Dan Pillard reported Winston Yeast would build the bridges on Sunday, May 28'". Staff Reports: Dan Pillard reported that there might be an excess of funds after the bridges are built and would like to apply those funds towards new ladies tee construction. The new tees will be located on #6,8,9 aspen and #7, 8 birch. Carl Hoss reported that the course would open on May 19"'. City of McCall: May 27, 2000 I am writing this follow-up letter to inform you I am having A spinal fusion back operation on May 3P in Boise. I will not be playing Golf this year. In October I wrote a letter to you requesting a refund of the Unused fees for my annual golf pass. I also requested a refund of my Wife Janet's' annual golf fee, along with the Cart trail fee. My wife Injured her Achilles tendon. She didn't use her golf pass at all. I did receive my refund in November,but didn't receive hers' or the Trail fee. I don't understand why you could refund one, but not the Other? If it is now the City's policy not to refund unused fees,then I feel it is only right to credit me one annual golf pass and a cart trail Fee for the 2001 season, when I will again hopefully be playing again. This is my third and last letter. I would like a response in writing If possible. If I get no response, I will pursue other avenues to get results. Your immediate response would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Gary Glenn Simmons POBox 602 McCall, Idaho Draft Proposal: July 27, 1999 Junior Golf Program -McCall Municipal Golf Course PROPOSE: Provide 10-17 year old opportunity to learn and play golf. BENEFIT: 1. They are future golfers and community leaders. 2. Improve understanding of various golf games & etiquette 3. Provide opportunity for teenagers 4. Increase in revenues HOW WOULD PROPOSAL WORK: Ages: 10-17 Period: June-July Day/Time: Mondays 3:00 p.m. - Cost: $2.00 each day; $1.00 each day for greens fee Staff Volunteers;women&men golfers Sign time: 2:30-2:45 p.m. each Monday Basic operation: Whoever signs up plays 9 holes Groupings select by drawing or by staff Each group; 2, 3 or 4 some includes an adult player Format&prizes each day established by staff Formats to be used: stroke,best ball, scramble, or match Prize each day will depend on format&#Players GOALS/SUMMARY: The main goal of the program is to provide 10-17 year olds an opportunity to learn all aspects of golf while participating in an enjoyable competitive atmosphere; similar to the men's twilight league in operation and atmosphere. The program should average at least 20-30 participants. Program will be evaluated at the end of each year for changes or to see if it should continue. Program will be run by volunteers, will not put any significant additional load on Golf Pro Staff/Employees. Program will occur during low use periods so it does not displace user of valued tee times. GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES April 12th, 2000 Attending: Max Williamson Dan Pillard Todd McKenna Bill McMurray Marc Rhodes Carl Hoss Minutes: Motion was moved and seconded to approve the minutes for the March 8th meeting. New Business: Dan Pillard submitted a request from the City Council to have the committee review the Simmons season pass request. The committee recommends that the previous recommendation to credit the season pass refund to the 2000 golf season stands. Max Williamson welcomed new committee member, Marc Rhodes. Dan Pillard reported that the construction of the new bridges should be completed by May 30"'. The committee decided that May 11th was designated for bridge construction day. The committee decided to put the junior golf program on the agenda for the May 10th meeting. Staff Reports: Carl Hoss reported the scorecards were being prepared. Dan Pillard reported that drawings for the cedar course changes were being prepared and the golf • course will have an article in Boise Magazine, along with an advertisement in Northwest Golfer Magazine. • GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES March 8th, 2000 Attending: Max Williamson Dan Pillard Carl Floss Todd McKenna Dari McKim . Mary Clemmer Jeff Goodman Minutes: Motion was moved and seconded to approve the minutes for the February 9th meeting. New Business: The committee proposes to clarify the Monday—Thursday Season Passes were to remain the same as last year at$300, no recommended changes. The committee discussed options on where to spend the money from the sale of three lifetime memberships by the golf foundation. It was moved, seconded and passed to improve the driving range tee and then repair cart paths. Other areas of improvement recommended were clean up and repair of ditches and repair of#6 green. After review of the Simmon's season pass refund, motion was moved and seconded to extend the season pass for Janet Simmons and the trail fee for the Simmon's to the year 2000 golf season. Old Business: After review of options, the committee reconfirmed its recommendation to renew Mary Clemmer's Contract. Current contract expires on March 31st, 2000. Dad McKim proposed replacement of the carpet in the clubhouse. After review of the budget and the condition of the existing carpet the committee decided not to replace the carpet. This decision was due to lack of funds within the current budget. Dan Pillard reported that construction of the new bridges will begin when enough snow melts to provide favorable working conditions. Staff Reports: Carl Floss proposed a new scorecard design. The committee agreed on the design. Carl also proposed construction.of a new practice facility behind the driving range tee. Mary Clemmer mentioned that she would like the outside lighting repaired. Dan Pillard said he would look into it. Dan Pillard reported that several reels have been sharpened, design work on changes to the cedar course are being done and clean up on the drainage lines will be needed - when the snow melts. Chtii'A GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES February 9th, 2000 Attending: Max Williamson Dan Pillard Jeff Goodman Minutes: The committee reviewed Mary' Clemmer's contract and recommends that the council approve it as is. Two applicants for a seat on the golf course advisory committee submitted letters. The committee reviewed letters from Marc Rhodes and Roger Snodgress for the vacant seat on the committee. The committee recommends that both candidates are qualified and would accept either one. The committee recommends the two letters to the city council for their final selection. New Business: The committee reviewed the expense report, ending September 30, 1999 and decided to review final figures after the auditor's report for a more accurate assessment of the figures. The foundation has sold three lifetime memberships at$6,750. The committee decided to discuss where the funds will be utilized and procedures needed for the sale of the remaining four memberships at the next meeting. hheypilitenwlerr- CR-611'4)-- • City of McCall RECEIVED • Golf Committee McCall, Idaho 83638 JAN 28 2000 Dear Sir: I had previously written a letter to the City, requesting the refunding of my Golf Fees for the past season due to back surgery in June. The City refunded my season pass fees, and Carl Hoss refunded the tournament entry fees to me. I was told that Carl would refund the Cart Trail fees to me also. - I was in McCall this last week, and spoke to Carl personally. He informed me that the City would have to refund the Trail Fees for the Cart. I am now asking that the City refund the Cart Trail Fees to me. I guess there was a misunderstanding by both me and the City concerning this matter. Your prompt response would be appreciated. Send fees to Gary Simmons,POBox 602 McCall, California, 83638. Sincerely, A24-1,244-44-1-actie Gary G. Simmons