The Fennimore Common Council
has learned there’s another water
leak at the public swimming pool.
Public Works Director Dennis Biddick
told the council the main
swimming pool has a leak that’s
losing about 15,000 gallons of
water a day. That’ll cost the city
about $3,000 for the swimming
season, which lasts until the third
week in August.
Combined with the recent closing
of the intermediate pool because
of leaking water pipes, the Fennimore
Common Council has decided to
create a Pool Advisory Committee.
The goal is to come up with a
long term plan on what to do with
the public swimming pool in
Fennimore, and what changes
can be made to improve it.
The Pool Advisory Committee
would consist of the mayor,
four common council members,
the city clerk and director of
public works, and four to five
residents. If you’re interested
in serving on the Fennimore
Pool Advisory Committee,
contact city hall.