MARSHALL (KMHL) – The Marshall City Council heard a presentation on the future of the Marshall Aquatic Center Tuesday.
The presentation, which followed a study the council ordered in January, is recommending the city replace the 50-year-old aquatic center.
Mark Wentzell of 292 Design told the council the facility is showing its age. Wentzell said, while part of the facility is solid there are serious leaks, aging equipment and accessibility issues for the facility.
The council ordered the study of the facility back in January. The council did not take any action on the study at their meeting Tuesday evening, but will continue to study options for the long-term future of the aquatic center.