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CITY OF KEARNEY
18 East 22nd St.
Kearney, Nebraska 68847
Ph: (308) 233-3215
Golf Advisory Board
Meetings
  • 5:30 p.m.
  • Meetings are held on the third Tuesday in February, May, August and November
  • Clubhouse at Meadowlark Hills Golf Course, 3300 30th Avenue

Duties

The members of the Board shall have such powers and perform such duties as may be conferred upon and required of them by the Council. The Board is an advisory board, thus having only those powers and duties to advise and recommend to the Council and City Manager as are granted to them by the Council.

The Board shall have the power to recommend for adoption and imposition by the Council:
  • General rules
  • Penalties and forfeitures for:
    • Trespasses upon or injury to the golf course grounds, club house, carts or other property
    • Failure to return any golf clubs or other rented material
    • Violation of any bylaw, rule or regulation adopted by the Council for the golf course
  • To recommend reasonable fees for services

The Board shall, from time to time, recommend general bylaws, rules or regulations for the operation and government of the golf course to the City Manager. Such rules and regulations shall be submitted to the Council for approval and adoption.

Members
View members of the Golf Advisory Board. The Golf Advisory Board shall consist of six members chosen from the citizens at large. Neither the Mayor nor any member of the Council shall be a member of the Golf Advisory Board.

The Director of Park and Recreation Department shall be an ex-officio member of the Board. Additionally, one member of the Park and Recreation Advisory Board shall serve as an ex-officio member as chosen by that Board

Board members shall serve a four-year term. At their first meeting in August, the Board members shall elect a Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson and such other officers as may be necessary. Four members shall constitute a quorum.

Special Membership Requirements
A Board member shall serve a maximum of two consecutive terms.