WASHINGTON (AP) — Officials are draining a pool and other water features at the World War II Memorial in Washington.

The National Park Service said in a statement Friday that the draining will happen Sunday and will allow for the replacement of current incandescent light fixtures with high efficiency lighting.

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Officials say the pools will be refilled and operational again on June 30.

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