Jim Adams, on right, returns a hit while Darryl Fling, both of Sequim, watches as the duo plays doubles at Sequim High School on Nov. 23. The top three courts remain the only public courts in the Sequim area while two other nearby courts remain closed due to unsafe conditions.
"Recent efforts to repair two tennis courts at Sequim High School might not be enough to reopen them for play this spring due to unsafe conditions.
After maintenance crews placed placed a tennis court repair material in October, cracks and holes remain in the lower courts.
John McAndie, maintenance and operations supervisor, said he’s noticed weeds sprouting through the material despite filling in some areas with two to three coats.
His crewmen haven’t gotten a chance to finish the courts, he said, because their priority has been working on installing a portable at Greywolf Elementary School.
“Any break in the weather has been for that,” he said. “Getting classroom space is a huge priority.”"
Cracks keep Sequim High tennis courts closed - Sequim Gazette: