Residents report problems at a Henderson community pool after vandals strike
Management at a Henderson condo complex says they were forced to close down their pool after it was repeatedly vandalized. That pool has since been re-opened but not without problems for residents. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Management at a Henderson condo complex says they were forced to close down their pool after it was repeatedly vandalized.
That pool has since been re-opened but not without problems for residents.
Just last week, a lock prevented anyone from entering the pool A sign posted out front warned residents that the board may soon choose to close the pool forever after management said soap had been poured in the spa on numerous occasions. Although, residents say they saw no signs of vandalism.
Management installed a keyless system with the hopes of keeping vandals out...but residents say they're still the ones being locked out. "We should have keys to open this pool because we pay rent", said resident Yasmine De La Torre.
Another resident, Jasmine Merritt said she watched people struggle to use the keyless entry system all afternoon. "I had a key, it's not working. we even had like a lock key, where you put it in the lock and you turn it and that didn't work either."
Merritt and her friends jumped the fence in order to open the gate to the pool they pay for.
Not all residents at Horizon Hills are having the same problem.
Action News will stay in contact with management to find out what the root of the problem is.