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GAC Minutes 2004 08/11GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES August 11, 2004 Committee Members: Marc Rhoades Judy VanKomen Hank McCauley Staff Members: Dan Pillard Allan Morrison Dari McKim Roger Snodgrass Bob Giles Minutes: A motion was made and seconded to approve the minutes of the June 9th and July 14th meetings. They were voted upon and passed unanimously. Staff Reports: Dan Pillard reported the following list was provided to the men's association for possible funding: Fairway Mower $3,500 Cutting Units $5000 Seed $2,750 Sod Projects $4,200 Allan Morrison reported the golf course was busy. During the McCall Amateur the juniors were moved from the weekend to Monday so the course can open for public play for the weekend. 45 teams were signed up for the Two Lady Best Ball, August 28, 29th will be the club championship, tee times Sat, shotgun Sun. September 5in will be the McCall Golf Course Benefit Tournament, Charles Waters has raised $18,000 in donated items with one item to be the repair of the restrooms on #5 Aspen. Allan reported the greens fees and season pass fees were meeting budget with the season pass sales were slow. New Business: Dan Pillard reported the Irrigation ponds have weeds that continue to plug the screens on the inlet that supplies the pump house for the irrigation system. The county weed superintendent advised we have the following weeds: Native Milfoil Sagio Pondweed Elladia Coonstail Algae Old Business: Dan Pillard reported the irrigation improvements were completed on Cedar #2, #2, # 6 tee, #7 Fairway. # 5 fairway was left, the project was ahead of schedule. Adjournment GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE AGENDA Wednesday August 11, 2004 5:30 P.M. GOLF COURSE CLUBHOUSE Call To Order and Ro11 Call 1. Ca11 to Order 2. Ro11 Ca11 Staff Reports Minutes of Previous Meeting 3. Minutes of June 9t1, 2004 Meeting 4. Minutes of July 14th, 2004 Meeting New Business 5. Golf Irrigation Issues Old Business 6. Report on Irrigation Improvements to the Cedar Course Call For Additional Items Adjournment