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Dale Garrison, left, and Brian Nagel with Carl E. Rinehimer Excavating and Hauling of Berwick, work to bust out the concrete between two cuts they made across one end of the Ber-Vaughn pool Friday. The end of the pool is being removed so the pool can be extended and a zero entry can be added. That is where the edge of the pool is equal with the deck and it just gradually slopes into the water. The concrete making up the pool’s wall is over a foot thick in places.
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Dale Garrison, left, and Brian Nagel with Carl E. Rinehimer Excavating and Hauling of Berwick, work to bust out the concrete between two cuts they made across one end of the Ber-Vaughn pool Friday. The end of the pool is being removed so the pool can be extended and a zero entry can be added. That is where the edge of the pool is equal with the deck and it just gradually slopes into the water. The concrete making up the pool’s wall is over a foot thick in places.

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