WASHINGTON - The University of the District of Columbia is reopening its indoor pool.
The city's only public university will hold the grand opening for its so-called Natatorium on Monday. The facility includes a 25-yard pool with six lanes, a pool for diving, locker rooms and a grandstand for spectators.
The pool is free to students attending the university. Anyone else who wants to use the facility has to pay $7 for a day pass or $100 for a 20-use pass.
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