A special membership shall consist of a dependent or other person in the household of an Active Member who shall be approved for temporary membership by the Board of Trustees for the period from the date of such approval to the date of the first meeting of the Board of Trustees following the next Annual Meeting unless such approval is cancelled by the Board prior thereto or is given for a limited period only.
A sustaining membership shall consist of the owner of a debenture bond or a member who has paid the membership initiation fee who, by failure to pay current dues, is therefore, not an active member. Such sustaining member may be subject to a $400 re-initiation fee, plus necessary tax, and may be placed at the bottom of the waiting list before reinstatement of membership is considered, at the discretion of the Board of Trustees.
An Adult Membership shall consist of no more than fifty active Family Memberships, who, while in good standing with the club, elect to transfer to this class of membership. Adult Memberships are also open to non-members of TPSC, and may be accepted on a case-by-case basis by the Board of Trustees. Adult Memberships may consist of one (1) or two (2) adults in a household, who are 21 years of age or older, and who have no dependent children living in the household. Adult members shall pay dues and all assessments as detailed in the “General Rules Concerning Membership.”
The Board of Trustees shall vote upon the admission to the Club of each applicant and shall confer membership only upon those applicants who shall be approved by two-thirds (2/3) of the members of the Board present.
Any member of the Club may withdraw at any time subject to the provisions of Article V. and there shall be no refund of the current year’s dues.
(a) Any member may, for cause and after having been given an opportunity for a hearing, be suspended for a period not exceeding two months by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the members of the Board of Trustees present at any hearing thereof, or expelled by an affirmative vote of all Trustees; cause for suspension or expulsion shall, in general, consist of violation of these Regulations or the rules of the organization or of unbecoming conduct.
(b) The Board of Trustees may delegate to one or more designated organization members or committees, or to a responsible employee of the organization, the power to suspend activity privileges for the violation of organization rules of those Regulations, provided the suspension does not exceed seven days, and written report of such suspension, containing reasons, thereof, shall be submitted to the president within twenty-four hours.