Library And Pool Top Plymouth Agenda

Library And Pool Top Plymouth Agenda

The Plymouth City Council worked on a pair of issues facing the city: keeping the local branch of the library open and repairing the local pool, so that it can reopen.   The Council approved an agreement with Amador County to allow patrons of the Plymouth branch library to use the City public bathroom at the city park on Main Street.  The Library, now re-located in a historic building on Main Street, lacks accessible bathrooms for its patrons, under the agreement; patrons will be able to access the public bathroom just a block away.    The Council also approved seeking bids to repair the city pool.  The pool, which was closed down this summer, is estimated to require 140,000 dollars in repairs.   Fund-raising has produce pledges of support from several sources, including $65,000 from the Logan Family Trust and $20,000 each from the American Legion and the District 5 Veterans Memorial Fund.   The City itself will provide $25,000 for repairs, minuses what is raised at the upcoming Big Crush BBQ Fundraiser.   Specific bids will come back to the Council for approval.  Work is expected to be completed in time for next year's swim season.

 

Written by Craig Baracco

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