The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District came up with a way to save nearly $100,000 in its budget and still get the Lions Club pool in great shape for next season.
To the pleasant surprise of park district commissioners at their Tuesday, Nov. 15, meeting, a bid for replacing the pool’s filtration system came in way below cost estimates.
Doug Boehm, superintendent of parks and planning, said he was accepting a recommendation from Innovative Aquatic Design that will leave in place existing 12- and 18-inch pipes that were originally on the replacement . . .