One-man Storage Policy
Storage for OC-1s, OC-2s, and surf skis (hereafter referred to as rack spaces) are available only to members of OOCC in good standing.
OOCC assumes no responsibility for theft or damage to any canoes stored at the OOCC yard.
Fees for rack spaces are to be determined by the Board of Directors. For the current year, the fee is $200 and is payable starting January 1 and due no later than March 1. After March 31, any canoe for which a rack space has not been paid for will be removed.
Ko’o fees cannot be used for payment of rack spaces.
Rack spaces may be carried over from year to year as long as the OOCC renter is in good standing.
The Vice President maintains the list indicating which rack space each participant is assigned, runs the lottery for assignment of new rack spaces in April of each year, assign rack spaces to new participants, and maintain a Wait List in such case that all rack spaces are taken.
Coaches may be granted a rack space at no cost. The number and location of this rack space may differ from year to year depending on availability and is determined by the Vice President. Assignment of these coaching rack spaces is at the discretion of the Board.
On April 1 of each year, vacant rack spaces will be made available to all fully paid OOCC renters wishing to move to a new space. Those rack space renters wishing to select a new spot will be placed into a pool and an ordered list will be made based on a random selection of names. The first individual will be presented with a list of open spaces and will be given 5 days to choose from that list, either selecting a new space, or maintaining their existing space. The next member on the list will then be offered available spaces, and so on down the list. Any remaining open spaces will then be offered to Wait Listers.
Only one space is available per paid member, or two per family membership.
In the event that canoes need to be removed from the yard (in the case of construction of a new aquatic center for example), the Vice President will notify all renters as soon as practical about the need to remove canoes. Fees for that year will be reimbursed to renters on a monthly pro-rated basis. For example, a move in July would result in a refund of one-half the yearly fee.
In instances where more than one person co-owns a canoe, a group representative will be designated as the single contact person for payment of fees and correspondence on rack space issues.