Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2023 |
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KAPA‘A – Due to an overnight break-in and vandalism, the Kapa‘a pool will be closed today.
“It is unfortunate that anyone would cause damage to a facility used by so many people,” said Director of Parks and Recreation Lenny Rapozo. “The pool will reopen tomorrow and resume summer recreation to all swimmers.”
Department of Parks and Recreation officials discovered the pool vandalized this morning – with feces smeared on the bottom of the pool.
The Kauai Police Department has been notified and a report has been filed.
All swim classes have been cancelled and parents have been notified. Additionally, the afternoon Aqua Zumba class has also been cancelled.
Even during the day light hours, I wouldn’t go swimming in a public pool. Do you think for one moment those little kids and even some adults would take the time and effort to wade out of the pool and walk to the restroom to take a pee? Of course not, it goes right into the pool, maybe not where they are swimming, but in another place, while doing the swan stroke and peeing along leaving a trail of scent, just like how dogs mark their territory!
On land its called the “walking urination”, but in the pool its the swan stroke movements!
How much would it cost, and how long would it take to drain and refill the pool every month with fresh water. Or better yet, fresh ocean salt water from the Blue Lagoon in back of the pool. And the water is free…of course filter out the hammerhead sharks, and eels, and lobsters, but the salt water is already antibacterial.
After all, as it is now, chlorinated dead bacteria still build up in the pool over time..over years?
And then there are the Zombie Swim Pool Pee and nose and mouth excretion Bacteria that after they become Trillions in numbers come back to life to haunt the Dreaded Pool PEE-ers and spitters.
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