Posted 8/14/18 (Tue)
By Jody Michael
Crosby city and park officials have taken the first steps toward what could be a replacement of the public swimming pool, with work beginning as soon as next month.
The pool, now over 60 years old, has been suffering from cracks in the concrete and excessive water loss that the park board feared would be expensive to repair.
Mayor Bert Anderson said at the city council meeting Monday last week that he would like to ensure the future of the pool as a valuable summertime recreation spot for the town.
“I think we have got our money’s worth out of that pool,” Anderson said. “I think it’s time to move on and build a new pool.”