The Kenilworth Municipal Pool Audit focused on the current state of the 1966 swimming pools and recommended improvements required in order to provide a safe and sanitary environment for swimmers that would meet the current state code regulations.
Counsilman Hunsaker identified significant issues that needed to be addressed (most significantly, the separation of the wading pool from the main pool) and to provide a health code requirements for a separate sanitation and recirculation system.
This major item, as well as others, was identified as in need of repair or replacement. Counsilman Hunsaker also met with staff to determine if the current pools were meeting today's programming expectations. From this conversation during the site visit, it was apparent that some simple additions to the facility along with the code requirements for improvements would enhance the recreation value.
Counsilman Hunsaker identified the required improvements, made recommendations for modifications and suggestions for adding recreation value items. These were incorporated into the completed audit document along with a detailed construction cost estimate breakdown that would allow the improvements to be phased if budgets required.