Turns 70 today. Not a typo.
Who’s driving your buggie? This from the Chief!
Must be a licensed driver:
A person must have a valid drivers license to drive a golf cart on any public roadway. No unlicensed child is allowed to drive a golf cart on any public roadway, unless they possessboth a valid drivers learner permit and have another licensed driver with them (same rules as a car).
If caught in Violation - CLSPD Policy:
1st offense = Parent must immediately come to the scene to take their child and drive the golf cart away (warning only).
2nd or more offense = Citation issued and golf cart is towed and impounded to the storage lot. The parent is also subject to receiving a citation for allowing an unlicensed driver to drive.
Safety & Child Endangerment concerns:
Never, just hold your baby onto to your lap while driving.
Baby seats must properly be "strapped down" (use good quality straps - not bungie cords). Please ask any CLSPD officer, and they will be happy to help you and/or inspect how your baby seat is properly secured to your golf cart.
All Traffic laws do apply to golf carts on any public roadway.
Liability Insurance is also required.
Everyone, please be safe...
Here’s a great place for those old golf cart batteries !!
Clear Falls High School Baseball Team Booster Club
June 30, 2012
9am – 2pm
Chick-Fil-A Parking Lot (FM 2094 & HWY 146)
WANTED: PC towers, laptops, laptop batteries, monitors, modems, cables from computers and any electronics, PC boards, bridges and hubs, cell phones, telephones, cell phone batteries, cordless phones, printers, ink cartridges, fax machines, copy machines, radios, CD players, clocks, calculators, car batteries and electric motors.
(No appliances and no televisions)
To contribute your unwanted electronics:
Drop off your items at the Chick-Fil-a parking lot (321 FM 2094, Kemah, TX 77565) at the corner of FM 2094 and HWY 146 on Saturday, June 30th, from 9am to 2pm. Hard drives will be destroyed at the recycling facility or on site if requested. Receipts available upon request.
Questions?? Contact us via: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can't make someone else's choices. You shouldn't let someone else make yours. (Colin Powell)