This summer an automated control system will allow staff to set and monitor chlorine levels at Lions Club Pool. The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District approved the $14,545 purchase of the Accu-tab system from Aqua Pure on April 19. The system will monitor the chlorine levels in the pool more efficiently and reduce the time staff spends daily checking the chemical levels, said Doug Boehm, superintendent of parks and planning. The new system is likely to save money, he said.Boehm expects the new system will be in place for the start of the season. The pool opens . . .
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