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Hon
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Off-season swimming
by Hon on July 23rd, 2009

Earlier I communicated with Jennifer Harvey about the possibility of opening the community pool at Mueller for off-season swimming. Her response was negative. Her reason was mainly because of the extra cost to maintain the pool during off-season. Recently I talked to several lap swimmers at the pool. They also expressed interest in off-season swimming. Now I wonder whether there are enough residents would be interested in paying a little extra to get a special permit to do off-season swimming. I do not know the feasibilty, the cost, and other ramifications at this time. Please comment on this subject if you are interested.
 
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kromel
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Off-season swimming
by kromel on July 23rd, 2009

I may be interested depending on the cost.
 
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doug
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Off-season swimming
by doug on July 23rd, 2009

Raises hand.
 
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lee
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Off-season swimming
by lee on July 23rd, 2009

Definitely.
 
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stew_sc
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Off-season swimming
by stew_sc on July 23rd, 2009

I'd be up for that.
 
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doug
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Off-season swimming
by doug on July 23rd, 2009

Unless they cover the pool (which they don't), don't they have to maintain the pool even if no one is swimming in it?

BTW, I'm a wuss when the water gets below 70 degrees, but would be nice to be able to soak in the rays poolside and wade in the kiddy pool during the off-season. I was very disappointed when I learned the pool was closed most of the year.
 
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aumoon
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Off-season swimming
by aumoon on July 23rd, 2009

We are definitely interested if it doesn't cost a whole lot.
 
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dbelliveau
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Off-season swimming
by dbelliveau on July 23rd, 2009

Yes, great idea depending on the cost. and I agree, they have to maintain the pool anyways why would it cost much extra? We would not need lifeguards as it could be for residents only. It is so hot here 80% of the year and I think the pool season closes way too early
 
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Siebrise
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Off-season swimming
by Siebrise on July 23rd, 2009

We like.
 
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stew_sc
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Off-season swimming
by stew_sc on July 24th, 2009

When the pool opened for the season in March this year, the water temperature was 66 degrees. It was fine with a wetsuit.
 
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