it was addressed to me and to the personell in his department. I would imagine that they will work on it this week and next. He was very surprised to learn that the Purchase Order had been cancelled, and that was the hold up.
He acted quickly and swiftly to move forward with the green light after he found the issue (tuesday) and sent the note out last night.
On another note all you concrete reading internet types......I have a couple of issues that I am hopeful you may be able to help.
1) Staining the concrete. They would like to have the pads stained to match the color scheme of the natural stone throughout the park. What have you done, and what works and doesn't work in your experience? Looking for actual hands on experience here if possible.
2) Benches form needed. I was thinking of building more like a "rock wall" (think Water Works walls) at each hole as a bench instead of the benches that we have been using. Utilizing the rocks within the area for the most part, but then getting some type of similar rock that is already cut to be level at the top. Anyone done anything like that? I think that it might look more in line with the course aesthetics.
The tee signs will be positioned on large boulders from the park that will be behind the pads, and then slightly at an angle. I have not heard about anyone donating trash cans yet, but we will need to work on that, as well as something to secure them appropriately.
Also Drew went out yesterday and started to clean up around the the reservoir. This is GREAT. I only ask that we work on #11 long and #16. If we tackle the reservoir and start to expose the wrought iron, trust me the entire community is going to love us even more. If we get all the exterior side of it, then I will work with the P&R at attacking the interior of the fence.
Cliff Drive is coming along nicely. Please help out by spreading the word if you like the course, and letting me know if there is something you don't like (besides the open holes being to open.....)