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5/8/2018 - Susanville City Council Discusses Work for Golf Program
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During the Susanville City Council meeting, the Council was asked to approve a Work for Golf Program at the Diamond Mountain Golf Course.
According to Interim City Administrator Dan Newton, there is an increasing amount of work needing to be done at the golf course with the return of warmer weather.
However, due to the maintenance demands and the limited maintenance budget, the Golf Course Superintendant requested the Counsel to consider implementing a work for golf program.
According to Mr. Newton, those selected for the program would work under the direct supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent, and would help to perform the essential functions of a Grounds Maintenance Worker.
On average, they would be required to work a minimum of 4 hours per week for a minimum of 16 weeks from June through November.
Workers would be selected through a competitive process in accordance with the requirements of the seasonal employee golf course recruitment procedures.
The most qualified applicants would then be selected, with a maximum of 10 workers allowed for the program.
However, existing City Employees would not be eligible for the program.
In return for their efforts, the selected workers would receive a Work for Golf Membership (with cart) card for the months of June through November.
The Council unanimously approved the Work for Golf Program.
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