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We are saddened by the news of Nazareth Pool
and hope you will consider attending
D.H. Productions Dip-N-Dances ® at other area pools (Schedule
until the much needed work
estimated to be in 2015, is completed.
We have been informed fundraising efforts
are in the works and
D.H. Productions DJ Entertainment
has offered to assist in those efforts.
Watch for more information here
and at http://www.freewebs.com/nazarethbororecprog.
See you soon!
In part from an article released from http://www.lehighvalleylive.com
Read complete article here!
"Wilson Borough will offer pool services for just
Nazareth Borough residents, Chiavaroli said".
Pool is also a
D.H. Productions Dip-N-Dances ® location! See ya there!
- NEWS RELEASE -
NAZARETH POOL OFFICIALLY CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER OF 2013
Following an evaluation of the Nazareth Pool
by the architectural firm of Wallover Associates, it has been determined
that conditions will not allow for the safe opening of the Pool for the
entire 2013 Summer season and possibly beyond. Despite securing a $139,860
grant to replace the Pool’s filtration system and the delivery of that
system in March, installation problems immediately surfaced. Wallover Associates,
a pool consultant, was called in by Nazareth Borough Council to assess
the situation and make recommendations on how to proceed. During a May
2, 2103 presentation to Council and nearly 100 residents, lead pool architect
Ted Wallover gave a Power Point demonstration which highlighted some of
the outdated and unsafe areas of the pool and filter room and addressed
issues which would likely cause a total pool failure if the new filtration
system was connected and started. Wallover presented a temporary alternative
which would allow for a mid-summer pool startup at a cost in excess of
$60,000 but cautioned that there was no guarantee that the “temporary pool
fix” would actually work and that all work done and dollars spent would
not translate to pool use beyond the 2013 season. Wallover summarized that
the very risky and expensive “temporary pool fix” was “throwing good
money after bad”.
At the May 6, 2013 Borough Business meeting,
Council voted unanimously to “not” proceed with the “temporary pool fix”.
In a separate motion, Council decided to continue to look at alternatives
for replacing the Pool. There was one (1) “No” vote to that motion cast
by Councilman Michael Kopach.