The West Fargo School District’s state-of-the-art swimming facility has been open for only two years, but it’s already in need of repair.
Sensitive electronic equipment damaged by the humid pool environment in Hulbert Aquatic Center has to be replaced, and a dedicated ventilation system must be installed where it’s stored. The West Fargo School Board authorized the moves at its Jan. 13 meeting.
In December, at a special board meeting, board members approved a fix for a separate problem with the building’s air exchange unit, which caused pool patrons to feel ill during an event.
The total cost of both repairs is approximately $200,000.
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