Cary, N.C. — There's a new ripple in the pool debate in Cary.
The town, which was considering a plan to build a $24 million aquatics center, has been approached by the Triangle Aquatics Center to enter into a partnership. The center is seeking a public-private venture in which Cary plays a role in expanding the center to include more recreational areas for the public.
The town council has also been in discussions with the YMCA of the Triangle about a possible partnership. Town leaders say the YMCA expressed interest in building as many as six pools, but it was unclear how many actual centers that could be.