It’s been a rough week for swimming clubs in Houston.
After the flood, local officials banned all pools, and now that the Houston Zoo is on the verge of shutting down, the city is looking to cut funding for swimming pools.
But the Houston Swim Club doesn’t seem to be the only one affected.
The city’s biggest swimming pool operator, the Waterworks, has announced plans to close its pools, as well.
The city announced in April that it had agreed to a $25 million deal with Houston Waterworks to build new pools.
But it also announced in June that it would cut its swimming pool pool pool spending by $1.3 million, or about one-third of its pool budget.
The Houston Swim club is the city’s second largest swimming pool company, after the Water Works, and it was responsible for nearly all of the citys swimming pool spending from 2010 to 2016.
The organization’s financial troubles, combined with its closure of its swimming pools, has resulted in a drop in membership in the city.
According to the Houston Chronicle, the organization’s CEO and treasurer, Andrew Hulsey, told the Chronicle that the club has lost about 4,000 members since the flooding.