Legal action won’t delay pool progress
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 — Recent legal action won’t stop the progress for a new community swimming pool, according to one Lassen County supervisor.
Jim Chapman, who is also a board director on the Honey Lake Valley Recreation Authority, said the authority is not interested in getting between the Lassen Union High School and Susanville School districts over whose got what.
“And if that isn’t resolved by the end of June, we’ve got several other sites that were considered and that are available and we’re not interested in having the project be held up, waiting, pending them sorting out the difference that they have concerning the preferred site,” Chapman said during a Tuesday, May 13 supervisors meeting.
The Credence property was one of 19 potential sites for a new community swimming pool and rose to the top as a preferred location. On Tuesday, May 6, the Honey Lake Valley Recreation Authority approved purchasing the property.
For the full story and more local stories, read the Tuesday, May 20, 2014 edition of the Lassen County Times.