A Jumping Off Point

After six-plus long, hot summers with no pool, Roselle Park District residents in suburban Chicago are happily diving into fun at the new Kemmerling Park Pool. The $5.1 million project–designed by PHN Architects of Wheaton, Ill.–represents a big step forward in terms of recreational amenities for residents. It includes not only the essentially new and modern aquatic facility, but also renovations and additions to Kemmerling Park itself. The former pool, which opened in 1970, was the traditional concrete pool of …


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