DORMONT, Pa. (KDKA) — With a $25,000 offer on the table to help the Dormont Pool be able to open for the upcoming season, Dormont Council stood by their previous decision to keep the pool closed for 2020 amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

According to KDKA’s news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, council made their decision to do so on Monday night.

READ MORE: Florida Man Sentenced For Involvement In West Virginia Investment Scheme

Last week, the Friends of Dormont Pool announced it would be willing to make a $25,000 donation if it meant the pool would be able to open.

READ MORE: State Police Searching For Ray Shetler For Probation Violations

On May 6, council voted unanimously that the pool would not open for the season due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Council President Jeff Fabus told the Post-Gazette that if the donation was based on opening the pool this summer, “we cannot accept the money on those conditions.”

MORE NEWS: Report: Ben Roethlisberger Tells Former Teammates He Expects This To Be His Last

More information on the Coronavirus pandemic: