The temporary break will allow the club to refine its business plan, reorganize staff and make necessary capital improvements.
Highland Country Club, a Ross, Pa. institution for more than 90 years, is suspending operations to reorganize staff members and change its business plan, according to an e-mail the club’s general manager sent to members, reports the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
The message from Jeffrey Cuny, a part owner in the club’s holding company, told members they no longer were required to pay monthly membership dues or minimum fees as of last week.
“While we are optimistic about the club’s future, I find it necessary to suspend operations for the off-season immediately,” Cuny said in the e-mail obtained by the Tribune-Review. “This temporary break will allow us to effectively refine our business plan, reorganize our staff and make necessary capital improvements.”
Court records show the club faces a growing number of tax debts and civil judgments, including a $30,628 tax lien that Ross and North Hills School District filed Aug. 12, naming the club and J & J Holdings.
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