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Kinesiology Adjunct Randi Myers Wayland’s aquatic conditioning class watches the instructional movie “American Red Cross Front Crawl” instead of swimming because the pool in Candler contained too much chlorine Wednesday. Last week’s maintenance installation of solar panels on Candler’s roof created issues with the pool’s self-regulating system that controls temperature, pH levels, filtration and chlorine levels. The high levels of chlorine caused some skin irritation Monday and can adversely affect the respiratory system, eyes and ears. The pool was expected to be fixed Thursday. Photo by Daniel Carde

Kinesiology Adjunct Randi Myers Wayland’s aquatic conditioning class watches the instructional movie “American Red Cross Front Crawl” instead of swimming because the pool in Candler contained too much chlorine Wednesday. Last week’s maintenance installation of solar panels on Candler’s roof created issues with the pool’s self-regulating system that controls temperature, pH levels, filtration and chlorine levels. The high levels of chlorine caused some skin irritation Monday and can adversely affect the respiratory system, eyes and ears. The pool was expected to be fixed Thursday. Photo by Daniel Carde

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