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FORT PIERRE & PIERRE COMMUNITY MOPTF (MAYOR’S OUTDOOR POOL TASK FORCE) APRIL 21, 2008.

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1 FORT PIERRE & PIERRE COMMUNITY MOPTF (MAYOR’S OUTDOOR POOL TASK FORCE) APRIL 21, 2008

2 MOPTF COMMITTEE “The mission of the Mayor’s Outdoor Pool Task Force is to assess the current conditions and demand for an outdoor pool facility in the City’s of Fort Pierre and Pierre, explore options for future development, including one shared outdoor facility, and make recommendations to both municipal governments to guide future outdoor pool investments.”  REPRESENTING FORT PIERRE  KRISTIE MAHER, VICE - CHAIRMAN  LINDA BROWN  KATHY HEISS  MISTY HOFTIEZER  REPRESENTING PIERRE  ROSS PETERSEN, CHAIRMAN  JUDY WEGNER  KENT HUCKINS  J.J. LINN SUPPORT STAFF  Leon Schochenmaier, Pierre City Administrator  Tom Farnsworth, Pierre Parks and Recreation Director  David Page, Fort Pierre Finance Officer  Andy Lueth, Pierre Recreation Superintendent

3 WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?  FORT PIERRE – OUTDOOR POOL  Bowl is cracking and will need to be replaced  Leaking significant amount of water  Decking needs to be replaced (significant cost)  Bath House is deteriorating  Pipes under decking need to be replaced (significant cost)  Several of the water jets do not function and need to be repaired  4 to 7 years of life left in pool

4 Major Cracks in Bowl

5 Decking Needs to be Replaced

6 Yearly Operating Expenses & Revenues  Fort Pierre Expenses  Year Personnel Expenses Capital Outlay Total , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,043.40Revenues  Year Concessions Swim Fees Total , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total Tax Base Support $32, $43, $43, $37, $40,977.70

7 WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?  PIERRE – OUTDOOR POOL  Deteriorating Bathhouse  Gutter System needs to be replaced  Bowl of the pool needs to be replaced  Continued replacement of decking  Yearly Operation and Maintenance cost will continue to increase  Liability issues will force closure in 2 to 3 years

8 Core Samples Hahn Engineering Structural Inspection and Evaluation of Griffin Park Pool (December 27, 2002) Hahn Engineering Opinions & Recommendations: #8 (It is our opinion the pool has far exceeded its functional life. The original concrete has deteriorated to the point of little remaining strength. The gunite layer is not structural and can not adequately support the design loads. It is our opinion the bowl has already failed and removal and/or replacement should be considered.) Note: Algae Present between layers! Note: Difference in concrete aggregate. Core #4 Taken from the NW corner of the Pool.

9 GUTTER SYSTEM

10 Yearly Operating Expenses & Revenues  Pierre Expenses  Year Personnel Expenses Capital Outlay Total , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,839.80Revenues  Year Concessions Swim Fees Total , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total Tax Base Support $104, $31, $43, $49, $40,831.00

11 Yearly Attendance Totals Pierre 2005 – 12, – 8, – 9,549 Fort Pierre 2005 – 5, – 8, – 4,187

12 Total Tax Base Support Fort Pierre & Pierre Year Fort Pierre Pierre Total  2003 $32, $104, $137,  2004 $43, $43, $87,  2005 $40, $40, $81,  2006 $43, $31, $75,  2007 $37, $49, $87,500.70

13 What are the Options!  Option 1 – Do Nothing (Continue to operate both pools as is!) Fort Pierre Pool expected to operate 4-7 more years then it will close unless major repairs are done. (Note: Significant cost for future repairs are needed to keep the pool open.) Fort Pierre Pool expected to operate 4-7 more years then it will close unless major repairs are done. (Note: Significant cost for future repairs are needed to keep the pool open.) Pierre Pool expected to operate 2-3 more years then it will close. (Note: Pool is past the point in which patch repairs could be made and the entire pool would have to be replaced) Pierre Pool expected to operate 2-3 more years then it will close. (Note: Pool is past the point in which patch repairs could be made and the entire pool would have to be replaced) Do not replace Outdoor Pool and use Aquatic Center. Do not replace Outdoor Pool and use Aquatic Center.

14 What are the Options?  Option 2 – Replace existing Pools in each community with similar structures. Fort Pierre – 1.5 to 2.5 Million Dollar Cost to replace existing pool and bath house with same structure and features. Fort Pierre – 1.5 to 2.5 Million Dollar Cost to replace existing pool and bath house with same structure and features. Note: Will continue to have same Operation Cost with new pool.Note: Will continue to have same Operation Cost with new pool. Yearly Debt Service Payment $198, Yearly Debt Service Payment $198, Yearly O & M cost after revenues $45, Yearly O & M cost after revenues $45, Yearly Tax Base Support $243, Yearly Tax Base Support $243, Pierre – 2.5 to 3.5 Million Dollar Cost to replace existing pool and bath house with same structure and features. Pierre – 2.5 to 3.5 Million Dollar Cost to replace existing pool and bath house with same structure and features. Note: Will continue to have same Operation Cost with new pool.Note: Will continue to have same Operation Cost with new pool. Yearly Debt Service Payment $278, Yearly Debt Service Payment $278, Yearly O & M Cost after revenues $50, Yearly O & M Cost after revenues $50, Yearly Tax Base Support $328, Yearly Tax Base Support $328, Note: Debt Service based on 5% interest X 20 yrs

15 Option 2A  Option 2A – Repair pools so they can continue to operate. Fort Pierre – Minimum repairs could be done for the next 5-7 yrs and then the pool would have to be replaced or the following would need to be done in order to keep the pool open any years after that time. The following would need to be addressed. Fort Pierre – Minimum repairs could be done for the next 5-7 yrs and then the pool would have to be replaced or the following would need to be done in order to keep the pool open any years after that time. The following would need to be addressed. Replace Decking and Find Leak in PipingReplace Decking and Find Leak in Piping Several of the water jets do not function andSeveral of the water jets do not function and would need to be repaired. would need to be repaired. Bath House is not accessible and is poorly laidBath House is not accessible and is poorly laid out with differences in elevation in the excess of ADAG. out with differences in elevation in the excess of ADAG. If significant repairs are done to the decking the diving boardsIf significant repairs are done to the decking the diving boards may have to be removed. may have to be removed. Chemical Room would have to be replacedChemical Room would have to be replaced Pierre – not an option for the Pierre Outdoor Pool. The pool is past the point of patch repairs. The entire pool will need to be replaced. Pierre – not an option for the Pierre Outdoor Pool. The pool is past the point of patch repairs. The entire pool will need to be replaced.

16 What are the Options?  Option 3 – Build One Community Family Outdoor Aquatic Facility. Bring both communities together to build one facility. Bring both communities together to build one facility. Find general location to accommodate both communities. Find general location to accommodate both communities. SD Communities that have built Family Outdoor Aquatic Facilities or will be building Facilities in the future. SD Communities that have built Family Outdoor Aquatic Facilities or will be building Facilities in the future. BrookingsMadison BrookingsMadison WatertownSpearfish WatertownSpearfish Mitchell Sioux Falls Mitchell Sioux Falls Aberdeen Aberdeen Each community saw an increase in attendance by 300% Each community saw an increase in attendance by 300% In Cities with family outdoor aquatic facilities, operational costs are nearly covered by revenues. In Cities with family outdoor aquatic facilities, operational costs are nearly covered by revenues.

17 Option 3 – Cont. What is a Family Outdoor Aquatic Facility?  New trend in Outdoor Aquatics  Include zero depth entrance with play structures  Include water slides, drop slides, and lazy rivers  Include expanded concessions  Include lap pool for lessons and competitions  Includes every amenity as a Water Park for half the cost.  Attract a wider demographic compared to the 50 year old pool style.

18 Brookings

19 Mitchell

20 Aberdeen

21 Membership Comparison Brookings 2005 – – 1, – 1,963 Mitchell 2005 – – 1, – 952 Watertown 2005 – – 1, – 1,198 Aberdeen 2005 – 603 (2 pools) 2007 – 1,152 (only open for 67 days)

22 Daily Admissions Brookings 2005 – 16, – 20, – 18,878 Mitchell 2004 – 4, – 11, – 9,698 Watertown 2004 – 6, – 17, – 17,143 Aberdeen 2005 – 11, – 0 (Closed) 2007 – 28,874

23 Yearly Attendance Totals Brookings 2005 – 32, – 75, – 73,450 Mitchell 2004 – 18, – 54, – 53,220 Watertown 2004 – 17, – 64, – 65,356 Aberdeen 2005 – 27, – 0 (Closed) 2007 – 54,666


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