Friends enjoy cooling off in the pool at the Frank H. Ball Community Center in southwest Fresno in this 2010 file photo. The Fresno City Council voted Thursday to award a $520,000 contract to renovate the pool for improved handicapped accessibility and upgrade drains and pump equipment.
Friends enjoy cooling off in the pool at the Frank H. Ball Community Center in southwest Fresno in this 2010 file photo. The Fresno City Council voted Thursday to award a $520,000 contract to renovate the pool for improved handicapped accessibility and upgrade drains and pump equipment. John Walker Fresno Bee file photo
Friends enjoy cooling off in the pool at the Frank H. Ball Community Center in southwest Fresno in this 2010 file photo. The Fresno City Council voted Thursday to award a $520,000 contract to renovate the pool for improved handicapped accessibility and upgrade drains and pump equipment. John Walker Fresno Bee file photo

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