Bethlehem Twp. Community Center will be getting some repairs in the future, as discussed at the Monday night's commissioner meeting.
The community center was looked at during an architectural and engineering study.
The board said it has seen many reoccurring problems that need to be addressed for the long term.
In early June, the Board of Commissioners made the issue a line item in the capital budget to look at the maintenance issues at the township's community center.
Several architectural and engineering firms have recently presented proposals to the township, after having a mandatory meeting with the township at the facility. The board ultimately voted that a contract should be drawn up with the firm of their choice to be reviewed by township officials before taking complete action on the issue.
The community center is a 50,000 square foot multi-use facility, which opened to the public in February 2006. Since then, the township has seen a number of ongoing problems with the building.
Within the facility, the strongest concern lies with the humidity and condensation with the indoor pool. The condensation causes rust, which gets into unseen areas.
There are also problems with the heating and ventilation, mechanical issues, the air conditioning breaks down often and the gym floor warps due to the humidity.
"At the end of the story, we want it fixed," said Commissioner Thomas Nolan.
Action on this issue will be taken at the next commissioner meeting held August 20 at 7 p.m. in the Main Meeting Room at the Bethlehem Township Municipal Building.