Originally Posted by psychodwarf
well YODUH .. i did not want to put you on the spot but here goes ...
1. DGU has not come up with a bank acc JUST for them . (and NO jeffs wife PERSONAL account does not count).
2. THE MONIES FOR THE BASKETS WAS TO BE PAID AFTER YOU HAD SET THE FISRT SET OF BASKETS IN THE GROUND ..
3. re-read what you and jeff agreed upon when DGU was voted on to be created ..
also the 20 plus pages that jeff wrote to the SDGA detailing how much THE SDGA owes him is a joke ..
1. DGU has an account. Furthermore it has applied for non-profit status. Something that can't be given if no bank account exists.
2. Re-read my post. I did not say anything about money promised for when baskets are in the ground. Most would assume that a club that promotes disc golf and is pro disc golf would do what they could to help get a disc golf course installed in their area. Especially if it means that it's own course might have less people playing it making it easier to do maintenance on it's own courses. As the agreement is written DGU will be $700 in the positive when the course is completely installed. Thanks for the help building SDGA!
I know of monies owed to Jeff personally from his work while SDGA president. I have no knowledge of the details other than that Jeff has a meticulous system that he uses to keep track of the club expenses. Past and present. Any Money owed to him from the club will hopefully be handled just as ink cartridges that Bob uses to print club documents allow him to get reimbursed too. My position is if you bought something to fix the course up that was needed and you are an elected official than you deserve reimbursement. I applaud you Joe for not only the time you have put into our courses but for your choice to spend your own hard earned money on our courses. Not many are willing to do that. Thanks