PNC held an online poll to get the community’s pulse on the question: Why can’t the Department of Parks and Recreation keep the Agana pool open?
Just this month, DPR announced that the Agana Pool would remain closed until further notice after its waters tested positive for high chlorine levels and coliform. It may remain closed for months until a new filtration system has been purchased and installed. This is the most recent closure of the central public pool.
As of Sunday, 264 people voted in our online poll. Here are the results:
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