Board of Directors Annual and Regular Meeting
Boulder Canyon Country Club
Saturday, October 10 2015
The meeting was called to order by President Dana Limbo. Board members
present were Dan Alsup, Amber Lopez, Steve Ommen, Randy Bush and Jamie Mcvay.
Absent was Lyle Collins.
Prior to the meeting a tour of the new back nine was conducted for anyone
Limbo announced the results of the election for the board of directors. Mike Beck
received 49 votes, Patti Weber received 38 votes and Renal Hall-Beck received 29 votes.
Mike Beck and Patti Weber will be the new directors on January 1 2016 for a term of 3
A motion was made by Mcvay, seconded by Alsup to approve the minutes of the
previous meeting. Motion passed unanimously.
A motion was made by Bush, seconded by Mcvay to approve the treasures report.
Motion passed unanimously.
A motion was made by Lopez, seconded by Bush to pay the bills. Voting yes was
Bush, Lopez, Alsup and Mcvay. Ommen abstained. Motion passed with 4 yes and one
During open forum Mike Beck inquired about spraying to kill the clover on the
course. Outka indicated that they had been spraying it and would continue as time
permits. Renal Hall Beck asked about the thistles on the course and if they would be
sprayed. Renal also questioned the use of Bentonite to seal the pond on the new back
nine. No decision has been made on what will be used to seal that pond and that project
will be the responsibility of Apple Springs as to what method will be used to seal the
pond. Spraying will be done as time permits. Scott Sabers brought up that the yardage
markers were hard to see and a safety issue. After the issue was discussed Outka will get
some acceptable markers and bring this information to the next meeting. Scott Sabers has
agreed to purchase the markers at a cost not to exceed $500.00 and have his insurance
company name on the markers. A motion was made by Mcvay, seconded by Ommen to
have Outka get the markers. Motion passed unanimously. The gravel walking path from
the turnaround to the number three green was brought up by Mike Beck. Mike had a
member that was willing to pay to have the path concreted if the board approved. The
board felt that concrete or asphalt would be too slick and they asked Outka to come up
with some options to replace the gravel. A question was asked about rest rooms on the
back nine and who will run the pro shop next year. Placement of rest rooms on the back
nine has not been finalized at this time and who will run the clubhouse next year has not
A note that was enclosed in a ballot asked why tournament results are not posted
at the clubhouse for members to see as they used to be. Tournament director Alsup said
he would address this for next year with whoever runs the tournaments.
Bush informed the board that the Algae Control unit will be removed from the
pond and returned as it is not working to remove the Algae. Bush proposed that we use
the money that was approved for the Algae control system be used for a soft start unit for
the irrigation pumps. This will lessen the impact to the water pipes when the pumps are
turned on. The cost is $5912.80. Outka stated he felt he could get that price reduced. A
motion was made by Bush, seconded by Alsup to purchase a Danfos VLT Aqua VFD 460
V 3ph 40 hp. Motion passed unanimously.
A motion was made by Ommen, seconded by Bush that we purchase copper
sulfate from Warne Chemical and put in the pond after we are done irrigating to kill the
Algae. Motion passed unanimously.
Limbo updated the board on the construction progress on the back nine, including
a walking path, land swap and construction loan.
The next scheduled meeting will be at 6:00 pm on November 10, 2015 at Loud
Limbo adjourned the meeting.