Hurst construction engineer Eric Starnes was hoping that the new Chisholm Aquatics Center would open in June, but the construction site was a sea of mud and standing water Friday from recent rains. The constant rains have put construction on hold.
Hurst construction engineer Eric Starnes was hoping that the new Chisholm Aquatics Center would open in June, but the construction site was a sea of mud and standing water Friday from recent rains. The constant rains have put construction on hold. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram
Hurst construction engineer Eric Starnes was hoping that the new Chisholm Aquatics Center would open in June, but the construction site was a sea of mud and standing water Friday from recent rains. The constant rains have put construction on hold. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram

Wet start to 2015 means rebuilt Hurst aquatic center won’t open until 2016

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