Cleveland’s recreation centers play an important role, especially with the upcoming summer season, but some city council members are upset with maintenance and improvement project delays at these facilities.
Councilman Kevin Conwell pointed to maintenance concerns at the Lonnie Burton city pool, where low water levels had some parents wondering about potential problems at the facility.
Conwell was also animated about what he called major roof issues at the Glenville Recreation Center.
Conwell claimed $700,000 was appropriated for needed repairs back in 2015, but said the project has been held in limbo due to a slow bidding process in finding contractors for the job.
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