There is still ongoing discussion regarding a potential new pool in Shaw Park, in Beaver Borough, though council agreed to have the borough pay for ongoing maintenance costs, should a new pool be built.

BEAVER – The borough has agreed to pay for ongoing maintenance costs for the Water Complex at Shaw Park, if a new pool is ever built, council President Alexander Andres said.

However, all costs and fees for the proposed rebuilding of the pool, including hiring a project manager, must be covered by fundraisers conducted by the committee group formed earlier this year to work on the effort, Beaver officials said last week.

The committee plans to raise $5.8 million over the next three to five years to rebuild the pool and upgrade the park.

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Andres said discussions between borough officials and the committee about the project are ongoing. Council still has to vote on whether to accept or deny the proposed project from the committee, allowing them to get started with the fundraising plan.


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