Brookville Pool Decision To Be Made After Feasibility Study

By Travis Thayer (Brookville, Ind.) – The fate of Brookville Town Pool could rest with a fundraising study. The Franklin County Observer newsletter reports Town Council voted on Tuesday to pay $5,750 for a feasibility study to investigate a solution for the pool. The pool was closed last summer after a large water leak – 35,000 gallons per day – was found. The pool remained closed in 2017. The purpose of the study will help determine if a pool fundraising campaign is viable. Town Council says a new Brookville Pool could cost approximately $2 million. The results of the study are expected to be available within three to four months. RELATED STORIES: Report: Brookville Pool Will Stay Closed In ’17 Brookville Public Pool Won’t Open This Summer Brookville Leaders Considering Public Pool Repairs Brookville Pool Leaking 35K Gallons Daily

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