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Court votes to fill in LJ pool due to liability; spray park could be built throwing stones at vehicles

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By The Staff

    LEBANON JUNCTION - A large concrete hole with standing water is a nuisance.

    It can also be a deadly attraction for youngsters.

    With that in mind, chairman Steve Larimore said one of the first officials acts of the newly-revised Bullitt County Parks and Recreation Board was to recommend that fiscal court fill in the existing swimming pool behind Lebanon Junction Elementary.

    This will make the second summer the pool has not been open to the public.


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