The weather is putting a damper on things for the Lncoln–Moyer pool.
Pool officials say the season has been off to a very slow start because of the clouds and rain the last few weeks.
But employees say it's still hard work and they expect the season to pick up.
"We're doing about the same work, maybe a little bit less because you know, you have to watch the water whether there's three people or 300," Pool Manager Adam Krauland told 11 News on Sunday.
Pool officials say although they are taking in less revenue, it's run by the city and goes into a general fund--so they say prices will stay the same.
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