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Project representatives laid out two options for about 15 members of the public at a drop-in information session in Milton yesterday.
Both Bruce Community Facilities Trust and key funder Clutha District Council favour a cheaper, six-lane, $13million-$14million combined pool and library/service centre complex.
An eight-lane complex on an expanded, 3360sq m footprint (versus 2713sq m) would cost $18million-$20million, trust chairman Stephen Woodhead said.
It would also have higher operating costs, he said.
Council group service delivery manager Jules Witt said there were some advantages to the eight-lane option, including additional on-site parking and flexibility of use.
Submissions to the pool consultation are now open, and close on July 7.