Irven Coey: Pools need protection measures to keep kids safe

March 15, 2014 

Any pool at a residence must have some kind of enclosure to prevent a child from entering without a responsible person present.

This protects not only the children living there, but others also.



Editor’s Note: Requirements for pool safety including enclosures, covers and alarms are covered in Article 2.5 of the Swimming Pool Safety Act for the city of Modesto. For more, visit

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