John Tognolini's father, Vic, taught his sons the importance of swimming from an early age, encouraging them to complete 10 laps each of freestyle, backstroke, butterfly and breaststroke every day. Credit: Dean Sewell. Mr Tognolini passed on a passion for swimming to his daughter Rachael, who was three years old when she first splashed about in the outdoor pools at Katoomba Sports and Aquatic Centre. But Mr Tognolini, who at the age of 59 swims up to four times a week, fears some children may be denied the opportunity to learn to swim under a proposal by the Blue Mountains City Council to close some of its aquatic facilities. A proposal by the Blue Mountains City Council to close some aquatic facilities has met fierce community opposition. The council's draft Open Space and Recreation Strategic Plan , which is on public exhibition until January 15, proposes the closure of some swimming pools at the Katoomba, Lawson and Blackheath aquatic facilities. A council spokeswoman said the Blue Mountains had more public swimming pools than many other councils, with aquatic facilities also at Springwood and Glenbrook.
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