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2015McCall Golf Advisory Meeting Minutes for Sept. 9, 2015 Attendees: Roger Snodgrass, Eric McCormick, Allan Morrison, Rita Bolli, . Betty Bolin, Paul Stover. Nate Coyle was also present. The meeting began with painters handing out exterior paint samples for painting the Clubhouse to committee members. A question and answer session took place between the members and painters. After much discussion, Roger moved that we approve Winter Sky, Charcoal, and Traditional Stone Hedge as the colors. The motion passed. The painters hope to start in October, and the project should take four days. Rita moved that we accept the minutes from the Aug. meeting. The motion passed. Eric's Report: Randy Acker will be hired this month to take down trees that are close to outside course boundaries. Eric will rent a chipper for cleanup. Some fairways will be aerated and reseeded this month. The work on Aspen #1 green which was scheduled to begin the first week in Oct. will be delayed somewhat because the hired contractor is behind schedule. Work on Aspen #5 will take place at the same time. Temporary greens will be used for these two holes. Allan' Report: August was another great revenue month. Total revenue for the year is about $89,000 ahead of last year. The Two -lady Best Ball was very successful and the largest ever. Allan is looking into earlier tee times for next year's Club Championship. Chapman entries were up 30%. The Men's 2-Man Scramble had 312 participants. Allan reported getting rave reviews about the condition of the course from participants in all the month's events. The Five Year Plan was briefly discussed. Rita asked if the course had adequate parking space. Allan said the only time parking was an issue was during large tournaments. There was also discussion about a practice bunker. If one is put in, where could it go? Eric asked members to e-mail him ideas. October's meeting will focus on tournaments. The next meeting is scheduled for Oct. 14 at 4:00. McCall Golf Advisory Meeting Minutes for Aug. 12, 2015 Attendees: Roger Snodgrass, Eric McCormick, Allan Morrison, Rita Bolli, Paul Stover, Judy Elliot (sub for Betty Bolin), Ken Stearns (sub for Bill Logsdon) Gene Drabinski introduced Nate Coyle, the new city manager. Roger, Allan, and Eric thanked Gene for his support of the golf course. They expressed hope that Nate will follow Gene's example. Minutes for the June meeting were approved. There was no formal meeting in July. However, it should be noted that the committee in July voted via e-mail to approve the selling of a half-time season pass. Allan's Report: The Iron Man Tournament has been cancelled. The McCall Amateur was very successful. Forty-seven teams competed in the Pro -Am. The course was highly praised for its condition. Jazz -on -the -Green is scheduled for Sat, Aug 15. The Ladies' Best Ba11 is full. The Club Championship is Aug. 22-23. The Chapman should have about 150 players. The Two -Man Scramble in Sept. is full. The restaurant is still having problems keeping cooks and wait staff. The revenue numbers for July were exceptionally good. Early Aug. revenue numbers were also up. Eric's Report: The rebuilding of Aspen #1 is still scheduled to begin Oct 1. He would like to rebuild the wall on Aspen #5 at the same time as the work is being done on #1 green. Tree removal has been set aside until later this season. Money from the Lifetime Pass Raffle will be used to repaint the clubhouse exterior. He hopes to paint this fall. Roger proposed changing the age limit for children on the course from 6 years of age to 5. Ken moved that we accept this change and the motion passed. Roger proposed that that the course eliminate the 90 degree rule since no one observes this rule. He proposed replacing it with a statement that reads "All carts must remain on cart paths whenever the superintendent deems it necessary". Ken moved that the committee accept this change and the motion passed. Lifetime Pass Raffle tickets are currently on sale. Next scheduled meeting is Sept. 9. The five- year plan will be discussed. January 28, 2015 BessieJo Wagner McCall City Clerk City of McCall 216 East Park Street McCall, ID 83639 Re: Golf Advisory Committee Dear Selection Committee: I would very much like to serve on the Golf Advisory Committee, and would hope you consider me as a serious candidate. I meet all of the requirements for this position; including: • I bought my home in 2002 and became a permanent resident in 2009 after retiring in late 2008. • Starting in 2009, I have been a season pass holder, first as a half price member, then an after 2:00 pm member, and last year as a full member. • I joined the McCall Ladies Golf Club last year and established a IGA handicap at the McCall Golf Course. • I reside near the golf course, walk to it daily in the summer, and frequently patronize the restaurant. A summary of my education includes a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Chemistry and Mathematics from Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA, and a MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. I retired as a Vice President of URS Corporation, responsible for the Construction Management Division in Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky. I have attached a copy of my complete resume for your reference. In 2011, I worked at the Whitetail Golf Club reporting directly for the pro, Todd Binder. I am passionate about the City of McCall and I believe it is one of the best cities to live in, to recreate in, to raise a family in and to retire in. I love the game of golf and I believe the City of McCall is fortunate to have such a beautiful course for its residents and visitors. I believe the opportunity to serve on the Golf Advisory Committee would be both a privilege and a way to help serve this wonderful community. Thank You for your consideration, Rita Bolli` 1475 Clements Unit # 7 PO Box 2233 McCall, ID 83636 Enclosure u Rita E Bolli 1475 Clements Unit # 7 McCall, ID 83638 330-205-2513 ritacrawfordbolli@yahoo.com Education 1992 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA • Masters of Business Administration, MBA • Executive Program • Concentration in Marketing and Public Relations 1974 Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA • Bachelor of Science Degree, dual major in Chemistry and Mathematics • Secondary Education Certification Work Experience 2011 Whitetail Golf Course — McCall, ID • Performed all outside golf services to private members • Worked in pro shop for scheduling tee times and selling retail 2010 United States 2010 Census — Fort Myers, FL • Assistant Crew Leader managing a group of 12 Enumerators • Responsible for Quality and Accuracy of data • Trained new employees and Interfaced directly with US Citizens • 1999-2008 URS Corporation — Youngstown, OH • Vice President responsible for Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky, Construction Management Division • Responsible for Profit Center; 30 professional employees • Principal -in -Charge for construction projects totaling $800 million collectively • Managed Contracts with $25 million annual revenues • Responsible for all client relations 1997-1999 URS Corporation —Pittsburgh, PA • Business Development Manager reporting directly to Regional Manager • Responsible to maintain client satisfaction and develop new clients • Prepared successful proposals to provide project management services for 40 major projects totaling over $1 billion in construction costs 1993-1999 NOXSO Corporation — Pittsburgh, PA • Marketing Manager reporting directly to President and CEO • Responsible for developing customer base and business partners • Provided Investor Relations information and presentations • Prepared quarterly presentations to Board of Directors • Made technical presentations for various organizations including the Department of Energy, EPA, Ohio Department of Development, Pittsburgh Technology Center, EPRI, GRI • Procured government funding from State and Federal governments 1987-1992 First Energy Corporation (Ohio Edison) — Akron, OH • Special Projects Engineer in the Environmental Department for the 5th largest public Utility Company • Directly responsible for five clean coal projects built and demonstrated by outside companies at power plants throughout Ohio • Member of EPRI's (Electric Power Research Institute) Advisory Committee • Authored papers and made presentations at national conferences of power generation and environmental control 1981-1987 First Energy Corporation (Duquesne Light Company) — Shippingport , PA • Managed over 250 engineers and contractors for the Construction Completion Group for Beaver Valley Nuclear Unit #2 • Participated as a key member of the management team to complete the last nuclear power plant certified to operate in the US • Authored and Implemented a complete set of Procedure Manuals for the construction completion and rework of Beaver Valley Nuclear Facility • Presented biannually to Company Executives the status and progress of the $1.4 billion nuclear plant construction project 1974-1981 First Energy Corporation (Pennsylvania Power Co) — Shippingport, PA • Plant Chemist at Bruce Mansfield Power plant, a 2400 MW, 3 unit, coal- fired power plant • Responsible for on -site laboratory including hiring technicians, procuring equipment and supplies, writing procedures and training employees • Managed environmental group of engineers responsible for operating all chemical related equipment including demineralizers, water treatment systems, scrubbers, sanitary system and gypsum plant Additional Experience • Past President of Board of Trustees for Lake Tomahawk Property Association • Past President of Board of Trustees for Fairway Ridge Condo Association • Graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh • Registered Professional Engineer, State of Ohio • Waitress/Hostess at Howard Johnson Restaurant • Lifeguard for State of Ohio Parks and Recreation