FROM THE YARD/REGARDING 2018 HAUL.I hope everyone had an enjoyable and safe boating season and we all hope for those last few great fall days to take that last trip. In the meantime we are planning our 2018 haul and hopefully will be able to accommodate all of our members. The following are just some reminders of the yard procedure for hauling. ALL BOATS hauled must fill out a haul form. They are available at the bar. COMMUNICATION is the key to a successful haul for everyone. The Yardmaster or Committee member must be contacted before a boat is positioned in the yard. We do not store blocks or stands at the club and there is absolutely NO POWER WASHING of any kind in the yard. Contact number for Yardmaster is 203 676 3618. If you txt please leave your name. Also, if your trailer was stored in the yard and you find an orange spray painted tag on the tongue of your trailer, please contact me ASAP to avoid any fines or penalties. As always, thanks for your cooperation regarding these issues. Bob Cole, Yardmaster
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1.If you have a trailer in the yard with no name on it, its a hundred dollar fine.
2.Please take note: if I need to move your trailer, it needs to be in working order.(Check for frozen tongue jacks and wheel bearings. It’s a burden, and time waster.)
3.If you are storing in the yard you need to put your paper work in 7 days prior to haul out. You must call me 1 or 2 days prior to pull out. Dates change due to weather and tides. Call Doug Balakier between 9am and 4pm at (203) 260-0715.
4.Upon storing you need to keep under your boat clean, no extra blocks, all zincs, tarps, etc. Or there will be a $25 fine. Members lets keep the yard clean.
5.We need someone to plow the lot. For work hours for 2013, we are looking for someone to help out with the Lot and Walkways.
6.All boats must vacate the yard by June 1st, or will be charged for summer storage of $1 per foot, per month the first year. $10 per foot, per month the second year, and $20 per foot, per month the third year. The end of the first year is June 1, 2013. If no attempt is made to repair any boat left on shore for 3 years, then the yard committee has the right to have the owner remove such boat or boats then rule #19 of the yard rules will take precedence.