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Plano summer recreation programs in peril as city struggles to find employees for seasonal jobs

A looming staffing shortage in the Plano parks and recreation department could cut into summer programs if more applicants are not quickly found, city representatives said via email and phone interviews.

Specifically, the shortage could affect summer day camps, swimming classes, open swim time and operating hours at recreation centers, aquatic facilities and the Nature & Retreat Center at Oak Point Park.

“We may not be able to open all pools, or if we do, we may have to have reduced hours,” city spokesperson Steve Stoler said in an email response.

The number of applications the department normally receives for

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