Archuleta County commissioners: Courthouse not a health hazard

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Archuleta County commissioners: Courthouse not a health hazard

Unanimous resolution says building OK to conduct business despite employee illnesses
Employees at the Archuleta County Courthouse point to a bowl in the ceiling that used to collect condensation from an air-conditioning pipe. Archuleta County commissioners said Friday the courthouse is safe for occupation and any public agencies that don’t want to occupy the building for health concerns will be required to find alternative facilities using their own budgets.
Archuleta County commissioners said Friday the courthouse is safe for occupation and any public agencies that don’t want to occupy the building for health concerns will be required to find alternative facilities using their own budgets.
The Archuleta County Courthouse in Pagosa Springs has been deemed “not a hazard” for employees to work in despite numerous people becoming sick from an undetermined toxin.
Archuleta County commissioners said Friday the courthouse is safe for occupation and any public agencies that don’t want to occupy the building for health concerns will be required to find alternative facilities using their own budgets.

Archuleta County commissioners: Courthouse not a health hazard

Employees at the Archuleta County Courthouse point to a bowl in the ceiling that used to collect condensation from an air-conditioning pipe. Archuleta County commissioners said Friday the courthouse is safe for occupation and any public agencies that don’t want to occupy the building for health concerns will be required to find alternative facilities using their own budgets.
Archuleta County commissioners said Friday the courthouse is safe for occupation and any public agencies that don’t want to occupy the building for health concerns will be required to find alternative facilities using their own budgets.
The Archuleta County Courthouse in Pagosa Springs has been deemed “not a hazard” for employees to work in despite numerous people becoming sick from an undetermined toxin.
Archuleta County commissioners said Friday the courthouse is safe for occupation and any public agencies that don’t want to occupy the building for health concerns will be required to find alternative facilities using their own budgets.
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