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Telegraph Herald (Dubuque, IA)


Dyersville City Council members are considering holding a joint work session with the city Park and Recreation Board on Sept. 24 to examine the municipal pool policy.

The issue came up at the council's most recent meeting, during which council members said they had heard so much negative feedback regarding the city pool that it was time to take a fresh look at its policies, especially those regarding when the pool closes.

City Administrator Mick Michel said he already ordered a review of the current policy and that the parks and recreation director was gathering that information.

Since the pool is slated to close Sunday, Aug. 19, council members recognized they couldn't make changes in time for this season, but they could visit the topic with an eye on 2019.

"This is the time to start working on it because we actually start preparing for the next season within the next month or two," said Michel. "So we'll need answers so we can appropriately make changes."

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August 14, 2018


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