Pool Closed for 24 Hours!
Yes this is the sign on the community pool last evening around 5:30. Thanks to the flagrant disregard for others, someone who came to our pool did not put a swim diaper on their child and the child left a treat in the pool. Horray! Your child got to swim free for a few minutes and now we all have to pay the price.
This happened last year when I had my company cookout at our pool and someone felt the need to neglect using swim diapers and shut down the pool in 90 degree weather with a party going on. Thanks to that person, the swim party planned was ruined and everyone went home hot and frustrated. Ruined our party and cost me money for nothing.
I honestly believe that community pools must INFORCE SWIM DIAPERS and there should be a STIFF PENALTY when not used. Perhaps if this happened we wou.d eliminate these types of problems.
In addition, I think all community pools should have kiddie pools that are separate so if your child does something only the kiddie pool closes. After all why should we all pay for the laziness of one.
Yes this is a hot topic in my neighobhrood right now and rightly so. People rent our pool and facilities and it is absolutely ridiculous that we have to close the pool for the negligence of others. They should have to reimburse anyone who has paid for an event that has to stop the event if the pool gets closed.
BABY SWIM DIAPERS! Get them or GET OUT!
Sarah Moore, Broker/REALTOR
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