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After undergoing updates and renovations, a ribbon cutting was held at the Kingston Community Swimming Pool, signifying a new era for the nearly 50-year-old facility.
New features include an ADA accessible zero-entry area, a splash park, two waterslides, and a high dive. A new gutter system was also installed and a concrete wall was rehabilitated, due to water infiltration.
Borton-Lawson was the municipal engineer on the project and assisted the borough in the design, bidding, and construction of the rehabilitation work to the existing portion of the pool.
Local officials and the community were present for the ribbon cutting, which is a staple of summer fun for Luzerne County residents.
The $1.3 million project was completed over the last year and is open to the public just in time for summer.