A leak in the larger of two pools at the Witter Aquatics Center has been repaired, according to a Spokane Parks and Recreation Department spokeswoman.
Preseason activities that had been transferred to the Comstock Pool because of a broken pipe at Witter have been moved back to Witter, spokeswoman Nancy Goodspeed said Monday.
All six of the city’s pools will open as scheduled next Monday, Goodspeed said in an e-mail.
Spokane voters passed a $42.9 million parks and pools bond in November 2007. The bond is paying for six new pools and a multi-use recreation park at Albi Stadium. Four pools opened last summer; Witter and Liberty pools are scheduled to open this summer.
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