Deep Eddy Pool Improvement Meeting:  A public input meeting will be conducted to discuss pool and landscape improvements at Deep Eddy Pool will on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 (7:30-9 pm) at the PARD Aquatics Office, 401 Deep Eddy Avenue (next to Deep Eddy Pool).  This will be the second public input meeting, and will include a summary of public input received from the first meeting and will provide an additional opportunity for public input through a ‘hands on’ design exercise led by the design/build consultant team.  The presentation from the first meeting is posted at http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/parks/deepeddypoolimprovement.htm.

Questions regarding the Deep Eddy pool and landscape improvement process may be emailed to: deepeddypooldesign@ci.austin.tx.us

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