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Diagnosis of pool problem referred to city council

1:18 PM, Mar. 12, 2014
Council member Jean Pleshek tells Finance Committee members that not having Aageson Pool open is creates a void in the community. At right is council member Marlene Zahn and City Attorney Frank Calvert.
Council member Jean Pleshek tells Finance Committee members that not having Aageson Pool open is creates a void in the community. At right is council member Marlene Zahn and City Attorney Frank Calvert.
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Advocates of re-opening Aageson Pool are heartened by the Committee of the Whole's decision to spend $500 to more fully diagnose one of the facility's major problems.

"It's a small little victory, but it's at least the one decision we finally got after working on it for two years ? (instead) of keeping going around in circles," said Park & Recreation Committee chairman Jerry Wusterbarth.

The decision came only after a protracted discussion earlier in the evening by the Finance Committee and pool supporters, after aldermen again raised fears about the repairs ending up costing much more than ...

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