The committee that has been formed to examine the future of the pool at Patton Park is seeking public feedback and has scheduled public forums for later this month.
As part of its charge, the committee is seeking information from the public about the possible renovation or replacement of the "aquatic facility" at the park.
Hamilton Town Manager Michael Lombardo has said that he is looking at what it will cost to keep the pool open this summer, but the committee is taking a look at the pool's future for years to come. The pool is 51 years old.
The committee plans two public forums where it will ask attendees what they feel is important in a new facility.
Both public forums will be held in the meeting room at Hamilton-Wenham Library on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at 5:30 p.m. and Thursday, Feb. 14 at 1 p.m.
The committee also has an online survey that is is using to solicit public feedback. It can be found here on the Survey Money website.
The committee members are Mary Buntin, of Wenham, who also serves on the Recreation Commission; Recreation Director Sean Timmons, Wenham Selectman Patrick Wilson, Emily Sumner of Hamilton, one of the co-chairmen of the Patton Park Playground Committee and Hamilton Selectman Jeff Hubbard.