The Saint-Leu-d’Esserent leisure center reopens its doors this Thursday, August 11
Closed to the public since Sunday August 7 following the fall of a tree, which had caused two minor injuries near the bathing area, the leisure center is reopening. These four days of prohibition to the public, which made it possible to determine the potential risks.
During a town hall meeting on Wednesday 10, under the chairmanship of Claude Dulamon, sub-prefect of Senlis, the forestry expert from the National Forestry Office (ONF) presented the conclusions of the risk study established by his services. From this report, it appears that the reopening of the base is conditioned by the prior felling of six trees near the bathing area and the aid station. Five trees will be felled in the coming days in the picnic area which will be redeveloped pending the actual felling. In the reception area of the leisure centres, the tents will be moved away from the trees before the reception of the groups. At the start of the school year, the entire site will be subject to an inventory and a phytosanitary audit.
When the tree fell on Sunday, two people were slightly injured. The mayor of the town then issued a closure order. The Parc de la Garenne, neighboring the leisure center, will remain closed pending an inspection by the ONF on Friday August 12.
J.-. J. M.
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