Tag: Swimming pool

What’s in the Pool? CDC’s report: Poop

What’s in the Pool? CDC’s report: Poop

Public pools are opening in 1 week but swimmers beware! The headlines have blared: “CDC RELEASES ANNUAL POOP IN THE POOL REPORT AND IT’S GROSS: 80 PERCENT INSPECTED HAD A VIOLATION” (this one from Newsweek). Read more to find out what you need to know about your pool. The CDC published a report this week […]

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Top 5 reasons to remove your swimming pool

Top 5 reasons to remove your swimming pool

| April 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

  A swimming pool can seem like the ultimate luxury but for some homeowners, it is one luxury that comes at a hefty price. Even if it is a price you can afford, you might not want to. Reclaiming your backyard space, cost savings, resale value on house are just a few reasons to remove your […]

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Annapolis Fire Department releases pool and water safety tips

Annapolis Fire Department releases pool and water safety tips

| June 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Now that area swimming pools are open, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides and Fire Chief David Stokes urge residents to adhere to the following tips to stay safe this summer: Always swim with a buddy. Do not allow anyone to swim alone. Swim in designated areas that are supervised by lifeguards. Always supervise children in the […]

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Toddler drowns while attending Glen Burnie birthday party

Toddler drowns while attending Glen Burnie birthday party

| May 3, 2014 | 1 Comment

On May 3, 2014 at approximately 5:41 p.m., officers responded for a report of a drowning in the 1100 block of Marley Creek Dr., Glen Burnie, MD. Upon arrival, officers located a four-year old boy who was not breathing. Adults were actively administering CPR. Paramedics arrived and transported the child to BWMC for treatment. The […]

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Leopold Announces ‘Connor’s Law’ To Protect Children At Swimming Pools

Leopold Announces ‘Connor’s Law’ To Protect Children At Swimming Pools

| June 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

County Executive John R. Leopold has introduced legislation before the County Council known as “Connor’s Law,” which requires that defibrillators are present at all public and semi-public pools. “The most important job of government is to protect public health and safety, and this legislation is a common-sense solution to save lives,” County Executive Leopold said. […]

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