Looking for direction when it comes to a new pool in Clintonville, the pool ad hoc committee will look to hold a join presentation with representatives of Water Technology Inc. (WTI) and the Clintonville Common Council.
WTI provided the city with three pool options ranging from $4 million to $5.5 million, which will look to be narrowed down. The Clintonville Pool Ad Hoc Committee says they’re looking for direction from the council before additional steps are taken.
“Then we would go to a citizen survey to hear from them, then the committee would like to develop referendum-like language for the next election to try and put something on the ballot for a referendum,” said committee chair Brad Rokus.
Some on the council were concerned there wasn’t enough community outreach in the choosing process, but Alderperson Steve Kettenhoven pointed out the options need to be narrowed down first.
“You’re just going to have opinions all over and a wall full of ideas that it’ll be years before we get through that,” he said.
The city welcomes input from Clintonville residents, who are invited to attend the ad hoc meetings, or for the presentation by the WTI representatives before the common council meets at a date to be determined.