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Niles prepares to demolish the city pool | News, Sports, Jobs

NILES — The Niles Park and Recreation Board has taken the first step to have the closed Waddell Park swimming pool and building demolished with the intention of using the location for a wading pool. Council passed a motion this week for the pool to be demolished subject …

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Preliminary clubhouse rental rules revealed

Ray DeFalco, director of parks and recreation, this month presented a preliminary plan to govern rentals on the second floor of the golf course’s clubhouse. The large 40 x 29 room on the left can accommodate 50-60 people, and the 300 square foot conference room on the lower right can …

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Orange advisers give green light to Wentworth’s plan at Tuesday’s meeting | West Central Daily

news, local news, Orange Ex-Services Club’s plan to spend more than $8 million on a clubhouse at Wentworth Golf Club was approved at the Orange City Council meeting on Tuesday evening. The proshop and a gazebo will be demolished to make way for the new building which will replace the …

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Covid-19: Wainuiomata swimming pool is closed, as five new cases are announced in Greater Wellington

123RF/Supplied Hutt City Council posted an alert on its website early Tuesday afternoon that the Wainuiomata Summer Pool was closed for cleaning, due to a positive case of Covid-19. (File photo) A person who tested positive for Covid-19 swam at a public pool in Wainuiomata last week, but the pool …

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Bridgnorth’s new rugby club backed by city council

Floods hit the club in 2021 The proposal for the installation was backed by Bridgnorth City Council – a final decision will be made by Shropshire Council in the New Year. A previous plan for the club, which included two buildings, was turned down and has since been revised and …

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The city launches an official solicitation for the redevelopment of the “Diamant District”

An aerial view of the area around the Diamond. (BizSense File Photo) The latest push in the multi-year effort to replace The Diamond and expand the city-owned land around it has now officially launched to the world. The City of Richmond on Tuesday released an Official Request of Interest (RFI) …

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The petition for a new Kettering swimming pool accelerates

Hundreds of people have backed a campaign for a new Kettering swimming pool to replace the city’s “woefully inadequate” facilities. The current London Road Pool was opened in 1984 and is just on the way to reaching the pool’s average lifespan of 38 years. It has required expensive investments in …

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We are entering Derby’s £ 42million water complex as it is nearing completion

Completion work on Derby’s first public swimming pool in a generation is nearing completion with less than two months required to complete the building and equip it. Moorways Sports Village, which features a 50m ten-lane swimming pool, leisure pool, slides, waverider, racing slides, gym and dance studios, has reached the …

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Sevenoaks Town obtained planning permission for a new clubhouse

Sevenoaks Town FC has obtained a building permit for a new clubhouse. Submitted for publication in the Sevenoaks Chronicle Sevenoaks Town has obtained planning permission for a new clubhouse, covered stands, changing rooms and associated landscaping work at Greatness Park. Plans for the future will allow the Oaks to improve …

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Dirty pool? – Fort Worth Weekly

Nestled in a grove among oak trees, within earshot of the Fort Worth Zoo, the Forest Park Tiered Pool has served Fort Worth for just under a century. Plans to demolish it and replace it with a new, smaller one are bubbling up with locals. “They basically want to replace …

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Ketchum leans on sister station for housing answers | Ketchum

Leaders in the town of Ketchum are looking to a well-established Colorado hill station to determine if its policies and programs can offer solutions to the severe housing shortage for the workforce in the Wood River Valley. George Ruther, Housing Manager for the Town of Vail, accepted an invitation from …

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Planning Commission ready to reject Sand Canyon Resort project

A resolution formally denying the Sand Canyon Resort will be considered Tuesday by the Santa Clarita Planning Commission, according to the commission’s agenda released Friday. The proposed development includes a hotel, inn, villas, spa, restaurants, ballrooms, conference space and outdoor recreation area on just over 50 acres of land north …

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Disgraced coach Ger Doyle dies

The death took place of former National and Olympic swimming coach Gerard (Ger) Doyle who was jailed for six and a half years in 2012 for sexually assaulting children at the New Ross swimming pool where he was manager for many years . he native of the town of Wexford, …

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