|Written by Mark Lineberger|
|Sunday, 03 March 2013 00:00|
The Camp Verde Heritage Pool, owned by the Town of Camp Verde, will be getting a makeover later this year.
The public pool, off of Apache Trail, was built in 1996 and has aged to the point where the plaster has started to wear away creating exposed concrete, which could potentially cause cuts on skin. Parts of the concrete underneath the plaster are showing signs of rust deposits where metal bars are used for reinforcement.
“The worn condition of the plaster is exposing the pool’s structural shell to corrosive pool chemicals thus compromising the structural integrity of the pool’s shell,” a report filed by the town stated. “The worn surface also promotes algae growth by giving it a rough surface to cling to, making it very difficult to clean the pool.”
For the full story, see the Wednesday, Feb. 27, edition of The Camp Verde Journal.