Claremont City Council votes to demolish 60-year-old John McClane Clark Outdoor Pool
The demolition will be put out to bid soon and should take place sometime this summer, City Manager Guy Santagate said Monday.
In January the city council members said they would give the public until April to come up with a plan to save the pool.
In January, Barrette said the three-month time frame was not long enough to devise a plan and said he is baffled at the city’s plan to destroy a city resource.
“We recommended it over a year ago to demolish the pool because it was too costly to repair and we also have a nice indoor pool now at the new community center,” Santagate said Monday.In October, a report compiled by a firm hired by the city to study the pool confirmed that repairs to the pool would not be worth the money.
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