Posted: Apr 16, 2013 5:01 PM by Judy Slate
This could be the last season for Bogert Pool. The Parks and Recreation Board has recommended to the City Commission that it close Bogert pool after the 2013 summer season and turn it into a splash park at a cost of about $1.2 million.
The splash Park would hopefull be ready for the 2014 summer season. City manager Chris Kukulski says the City will then look for a partner to build a larger outdoor pool in the next few years.
"So in the short term its build a splash park to replace Bogert while working towards building a new aquatics facility for the community." said Kukulski
Commissioners will vote on the future of Bogert Pool Monday night.