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I am a member of a sailing club. Nine weeks ago I fell into the water between docks, tearing a back muscle and I am still in pain. The apron between the 2 docks had not been secured by the club employee responsible for maintenance. Other club members witnessed the event. In the past other members have often reported to the commodore and executive that aprons are loose. At the very least I would like a written reprimand for negligence placed on the employee's personal file. The employee has been employed at the club for 25 years. Many members would like him dismissed but are worried he may be entitled to severance pay. If a written letter of reprimand for negligence is now placed on his personal file by the commodore and executive would that be sufficient to dismiss him
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