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The season’s first extended period of temperatures in the 90s means some seasonal businesses and services are bustling.
Other area employees and at-risk groups have to take special care not to be harmed by sweltering conditions.
The pool at Radcliff’s Colvin Community Center on Freedom Way has maintained steady attendance.
The idea that baking heat leads to crowded pools is only partly true, city Recreation Director Lori Jury said.
People often try to stay in air-conditioning when the temperatures soar too high, she said.
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