[?] A summary of the violations found during the inspection are listed below.

3701-31-04 (B)(1)(d) / Circulation/Disinfection system shall operate properly.
Critical Initially the filters were being bypassed (no filtration). After attempting to correct the flow, one filter seemed to be stuck in backwash. The operators were unable to restore proper flow or circulation the pool.
Ensure proper flow and circulation is restored to the pool

3701-31-04 (B)(4) / The licensee /authorized representative is keeping records
Repeat The licensee /authorized representative was not keeping or maintaining operational records.
All facility records must be maintained and available for review upon request.
3701-31-04 (B)(6) / Equipment is maintained per manufacturers specifications.
One skimmer weir was missing.
Replace the missing skimmer weir.
3701-31-04 (B)(6)(s) / Perimeter barrier is in good repair to prevent unauthorized entry
The fence near the shallow end of the pool is broken can be deflected to create a gap greater than 4 inches.
Repair the perimeter barrier so that there are not any gaps greater than 4 inches anywhere along the barrier.

Inspection Information

[?] Facility Type: Pool

[?] Inspection Type: Standard

[?] Inspection Date: 07-June-2016

-The operators chose to voluntarily close the pool until proper flow and circulation can be restored to the pool.
-The disinfectant residuals and water quality parameters meet code requirement.
-Free chlorine was 1.5 ppm, ideal range is 2-4 ppm.
-All required safety equipment was provided.
-The pool perimeter was not fully secure (see violation).
-The filter pressure was 0 and 5 psi.
-The pool water was cloudy but clear enough to see the main drains.
-Turnover rate was unable to be accurately calculated due to improper flow.
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