Work Session

Tuesday, May 03, 20056:00 p.m.

Public Safety Building

3925 W Cedar Hills Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah

Present:           Mayor Mike McGee, Presiding

Council Members: Melissa Willie, Darin Lowder, Rob Fotheringham (6:10 p.m.), James Parker (6:10 p.m.), Jim Perry (6:25 p.m.)

                        Konrad Hildebrandt, City Manager

                        Kim Holindrake, City Recorder

                        Courtney Hammond, City Meeting Transcriber

                        Rich Knapp, City Accountant

                        Tami Harrison, Management Analyst

                        David Taylor, City Intern

Others: Cecil Reid (6:38 p.m.), Todd Hollingshead-Salt Lake Tribune (6:41 p.m.), Lynn Spencer (6:41 p.m.), Allison Spencer (6:41 p.m.), Brooke Curtis (6:45 p.m.), Steve Casazza (6:45 p.m.), Jerry Hoke (6:45 p.m.), Suzy Shumway (6:50 p.m.), Bob Ogden (6:50 p.m.), Roxy Ogden (6:50 p.m.), Carlos Gurr (6:50 p.m.), Karissa Neely-New Utah (6:50 p.m.), Brad Creer (6:52 p.m.), Russ Fotheringham (6:52 p.m.), Kyle Spencer (6:52 p.m.)


1.         This Work Session of the City Council of the City of Cedar Hills, Utah, having been posted throughout the City and the press notified, was called to order at 6:00 p.m.


2.         Review Budget for Fiscal Year

Golf Budget

          The net increase in golf course expenditures is $42,115.

          The golf course payroll increased 3% for the Superintendent and Mechanic/Assistant Superintendent. The hourly payroll has increased about 13%; that will be looked into.

          To project golf course revenue, Tami Harrison looked at historical information from the past two years to project revenues for each revenue item.

          RC Management has projected that they can increase rounds by at least 3% over last year. The practice range, pro shop and concessions’ revenue are averaged as dollars/round played.

          The Mayor suggested that the Sunset Room rental be compared with other reception facilities annually to make sure that it stays competitive.

          The estimated shortfall for FY 2006 is about $664,000, including debt servicing.

          Cecil Reid of RC Management gave a management report for the Golf course.

Revised Capital Project Budget

          The well purchase was moved to the Capital Projects Fund.

          The speed table, turn signal on 4800 West, the well project and the Cedar Run park were not on the Capital Projects plan as of last year.


3.         Notice agenda items for the Regular Council Meeting


Not discussed.


4.         Engineering Report and Discussion

            Not discussed.


5.         This meeting was adjourned at 6:58 p.m. by Mayor McGee.


/s/ Kim E. Holindrake

Kim E. Holindrake, City Recorder