February 20, 2013


Flagg Creek Golf Course

6939 S. Wolf Road

Countryside, Illinois 60527


1. Call to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Additions/Corrections to the Agenda

4. Open Forum

5. Board Member Comments

6. Consent Agenda – Monthly Business (the consent agenda will be approved with one motion. If there is a question or concern regarding an item on the consent agenda, board members can either call Billy or Katherine prior to the meeting or request that the specific item be removed from the consent agenda and be voted on separately.)

A. Minutes

1. Regular Meeting 1/16/13 pg. 1-2

B. Voucher report for January 2013 pg. 3-6

7. Old Business

A. Preliminary Revenue and Rounds Report January pg. 7-13

B. P/L Report January pg. 14-19

8. New Business

A. Proposed Budget 2013/2014 pg. 20-27

9. Reports (Staff reports are provided as information only. If you have specific questions regarding a staff report, please add it to the agenda at the beginning of the meeting under Additions/Corrections)

10. Additional Items

11. Adjournment

The Pleasant Dale Park District and the City of Countryside are subject to the requirements of the Americans with Disability Act of 1990. Individuals with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who require certain accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in this meeting, or have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting, or the facilities, are requested to contact the ADA Coordinator at 630/662-6220 promptly to allow the Pleasant Dale Park District to make reasonable accommodations for those persons.

Minutes of the



February 20, 2013

7:00 pm

Flagg Creek Golf Course

6939 S. Wolf Road

Countryside, Illinois 60525

1. Board President Mark Radulski called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m.

2. In attendance were President Radulski, and Board members Wade Brewer, John Von Drasek and Tom Michalczyk. David Klapperich was unable to attend. Also in attendance were Golf Course employees Billy Rosinia and Doug Davis and Pleasant Dale Park District Director Katherine Parker.

3. Rosinia asked that the topic of Appointment of Board Secretary be added to the agenda.

4. During Open Forum, there were no public comments.

5. President Radulski noted that several weeks have passed during which the golf course has attempted to obtain reimbursement for an overpayment to the City of Countryside. He added that the park district attorney had been in touch with the City attorney to discuss. Von Drasek indicated that he would try to discern what had caused the delay; he added that he was sure that the Finance Committee and then the Board would meet and repay the amount. Radulski reminded the group that this is money owed to the golf course, and that it is the duty of the board to seek repayment for any overpayment.

6. Brewer moved to adopt the Consent Agenda; Radulski seconded and the motion passed unanimously by voice vote.

7. Rosinia reported that the month of January had been excellent and that revenues ($11,800) had far exceed the projections (approximately $6,000). He added that February had also been good and that there had been 30 players on the course on the previous Monday.

8. As part of the New Business, the group discussed the draft budget. There was discussion about the status of the roof and the costs to repair. There was also discussion about heating the maintenance barn. It was decided that Rosinia would try to get information about the costs of heating the area with gas, propane, and/or electricity. It was determined that the budget would be placed on the agenda for the next meeting.

9. Staff Reports. Davis reported that there exists overflow on the pond that could possibly indicate the need for measures to address the situation. Rosinia reported that this is the 20th year the golf course has been operated as such and that he plans to commemorate the event in June. On a date to be announced, the clubhouse will host an Open House, with light refreshments, while the Pros hold mini-clinics on the driving range. He stressed that the event would be inclusive and would welcome dignitaries, elected officials, golfers, and neighbors.

10. An additional item was mentioned by Von Drasek, who had recently visited the bank and learned that the situation with errant golf balls has improved.

11. Brewer moved to adjourn; Radulski seconded and the meeting adjourned at 7:48 p.m.