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Update on Randolph Country Club

Posted by Emily Sweeney February 28, 2008 05:05 PM

The Randolph Country Club is still closed. In my last post, I reported that the club's management hoped to have their new sprinkler system installed by Feb. 28. It appears the work is taking longer than expected. Here's the latest note that was sent out to the club's mailing list:

February 28, 2008

Well folks,

As usually happens, progress is behind schedule so at this time we still donít have a time frame for re-opening.

Currently, the last area of the sprinkler installation is under way, that being the cellar area.

From there we still have the water main and the fire alarm updates to take care of.

On the up side, the dance floor at Poolside has been stripped and waxed. There has also been some extra cleaning, painting and refreshing going on while we have the extra time. We will be cleaning the carpets (long overdue) soon. The grid for the new ceiling in the Memberís Lounge is all in place though we canít install the tiles until the sprinkler system is tested.

Thanks to all of you who have called or e-mailed to find out how we are doing. We greatly appreciate your continued support. The staff and management look forward to seeing you all in the near future.

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