There were complaints when Oak Hill installed the cameras to prevent theft. After an investigation, Oak Hill is not accused of breaking laws. It agrees to not used cameras in areas like locker rooms or employee changing rooms. It will pay the state $45,000 to cover the cost of the investigation. It is setting up a fund to pay $250 to Oak Hill employees who may have been caught on camera changing clothes.
Club president Edward Kay reiterated in a statement that that club did not approve the installation of the cameras and "determined that it was time to move on from this matter, agree to a settlement, avoid the continued costs of litigation and focus on a bright future."