Neglected and abandoned pools now have the full attention of someone; officials looking to take away one of the breeding grounds for mosquitoes that carry the West Nile virus. News 8 went with Carrollton's Environmental Services unit as it visited two vacant homes Thursday where standing water is a problem. They cleaned a pool at one home, a pond in the other. Both the pool and the pond were dirty and infested with green algae. Here the chemicals are interacting with the pool.