WICHITA, Kansas - Wichita city leaders want the public's input on the future of one of its swimming pools.
The city closed Edgemoor pool at 9th and Edgemoor last summer because of structural and plumbing problems.
It was one of two pools that didn't open last season.
At neighborhood meetings earlier this year, residents had suggested upgrades such as a lazy river, more water slides or sunshade areas.
"The City needs the community to help guide the next generation of Aquatics Facilities," said Director of Wichita Park & Recreation Doug Kupper, in a statement. "It is very important to get as many people as possible involved in the process."
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