FARMINGTON -- City officials have approved a plan to replace the boiler in the community swimming pool.
The plan calls for city staff to tap into fund balances from the soccer, basketball, and tennis program of the city recreational department to fund the $28,000 replacement cost, according to Neil Miller, parks and recreation director.
The city council approved the plan by a unanimous vote.
Miller said the 15-year-old boiler was damaged by chemical erosion and staff was told it would have to be replaced before the 2013 season.
A shower pedestal in the men’s dressing room will also be replaced before the coming season at a cost of $7,000.