Pool work

Princeton Parks and Recreation Director Brent Denbo, kneeling, discusses the condition of the floor on the deep end of the pool at Princeton Aquatics Center Thursday morning with Princeton Fire Territory Capt. Kevin McKannan, who did some underwater cleaning with firefighter Randy Anthis. Firefighter Beth Mincey gets a photo of the two as they surface from the pool. Denbo said the PFT divers used brush brooms to remove algae that accumulated on the floor of the deep end after several rain events. Denbo said the algae can accumulate on the deep end because there’s no foot traffic there. After the pool floor was swept, Denbo said the pool water is filtrated and cleaned over a two-hour period in plenty of time for the pool to open for the day.

Pool work

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