Voters will decide in November whether to sink or float a bond issue for a swimming pool.
The City Council approved a resolution Tuesday for a bond election for a $1.5 million pool. The old pool is crumbling and was closed early this year because of a water quality problem. The Utah County Health Department, however, deemed the water safe for swimmers.The new pool would be built at the site of the current pool at 520 E. 300 South. It would be similar to the new swimming pool in Spanish Fork.
Residents will have the chance to voice their opinions on the proposal at Sept. 20 public hearing.