While work has continued on completion of the new bubble over the Kedron pools, another slight delay has reared an ugly head.
This time it’s a matter of waiting for installation of the lighting, which arrived Thursday, and the delivery of a custom carbon monoxide sensor, according to City Engineer David Borkowski.
The carbon monoxide sensor is critical to securing the approval of the fire marshal, Borkowski told the city council Thursday night.
The problem is that these materials are custom made and thus cannot be purchased “off the rack,” Borkowski said. Read More»