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Park and Walk Safely in Turnaround


he Turnaround – the driveway loop from Salmon Street to the main entrance – provides direct access to the club’s Front and Athletic Entrances. It is designed to provide convenient access for passenger pickup and drop-off, and an accessible entrance for elderly or disabled members. It also provides access for emer- gency vehicles. Parking is prohibited in the Turnaround with the exception of clearly marked disabled parking spots, and then only with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit.


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Members on foot should walk on the brick sidewalk rather than cutting through traffic in the Turnaround. Near misses occur daily, and limited visibility during the dark winter hours increases the chances of pedestrian accidents. Parents should discuss this safety issue with their children to avoid serious injuries. Passengers should not be dropped off in the center area of the Turnaround as this can increase the likelihood of being involved in an accident. Drivers should drop off their passengers at the curb areas only in the Turnaround. Club Rules require that vehicles in the


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Turnaround be attended by the driver at all times. Short-term parking for members who want to run in to the club for quick errands is prohibited. In case of a medical emergency or fire, security must quickly clear the Turnaround for an ambulance or fire truck. In these situations, a few minutes may make the difference between life and death, and help must not be delayed while staff tries to locate the driver of an unattended vehicle. Members must put the safety of others and of the club’s property ahead of momentary convenience. Vehicles parked in the Turnaround also create congestion and confusion as drivers attempting to load or unload try to navi- gate past the unattended vehicles. Unable to approach the curb, they are forced to double park. This congestion limits visibility for parents trying to locate their children for pick up, and for children who are watching for their parent’s car before leaving the club.


In accordance with Club Rules, vehicles left unattended in the Turnaround are subject to a $25 fine. Violators, both member and non-member, also run the risk of being towed at their own liability and expense. WM


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