Friday, 17 December 2010 00:00
In regards to your recent statements that Tully Pool will be closed again to replace or repair the pool liner, which you stated will be done at no additional cost by the contracting company. My question is did the liner come with a warranty and/or is there insurance on the pool? If there is then the repair should be no problem.
How did the “liner” get damaged to allow moisture to seep through? Was the liner defective? Then it would be the company who made the liner’s responsibility. Is it the same liner as the old pool? How could the contractor be responsible for fixing the liner at no cost? Unless the contractor damaged the liner.
You stated that residents are spreading misinformation for political reasons, I strongly disagree. Whatever is happening at Tully the end result is that the taxpayers foot the bill. So if you could please answer the above questions, thus avoiding any more “rumors” about the pool sinking causing these problems, it would be greatly appreciated.
New Hyde Park