ZLAC Needs Your Help!
During Part 1 of the Garden renovations (click HERE to read about the project), a number of urgent health, safety, and maintenance issues were identified and addressed. In order to keep our members and guests safe, to protect the Club from liability, and to address deferred maintenance issues, the Board has used over $45,000 from our reserves to cover these emergency expenses. Any contribution you can make to replenish our emergency reserve funds, and/or offset the cost of these imperative repairs, is most welcome! Your gift, in any amount, will be used to preserve and protect our beautiful and historic property. All gifts given before March 10th will be celebrated at the Garden Party. Thank you in advance for your generous donation!
Multiple gas leaks under the clubhouse and inside the walls, five of which were near the fireplace;
Gas lines that were rusted through;
Gas meter needing replacement;
Live electrical wires with no conduit, several just a few inches underground;
A live outlet in the parking lot where cars could hit it;
Open and accessible live junction boxes, and outdated/degraded wiring;
Breaker box with critical problems due to inexpert prior repairs and add-ons;
Conduit surrounding live wire filled with foam and water;
Leaking and extraneous water pipes and not-to-code drain lines on the outside of the kitchen;
Uneven and hazardous stairs and walkways throughout the property, which were a liability issue;
Thin concrete lacking rebar in the parking lot, which collected standing water;
Wood rot along the foundation due to standing water and root incursions;
Rotten fencing made of untreated wood and untreated fence posts sunk directly into concrete.