Archuleta County Courthouse ‘unhealthy,’ report concludes

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Archuleta County Courthouse ‘unhealthy,’ report concludes

Environmental firm recommends against reoccupying building
An air-quality assessment commissioned by the Colorado Judicial Branch found elevated levels of carbon dioxide and recommended against reoccupying the Archuleta County Courthouse. The judicial branch and Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office vacated the building in September for health concerns.
An air-quality assessment commissioned by the Colorado Judicial Branch found elevated levels of carbon dioxide and recommended against reoccupying the Archuleta County Courthouse. Archuleta County commissioners deemed the Courthouse safe for occupation on Oct. 13, 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.
An air-quality assessment commissioned by the Colorado Judicial Branch found elevated levels of carbon dioxide and recommended against reoccupying the Archuleta County Courthouse. The judicial branch and Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office vacated the building in September for health concerns.

Archuleta County Courthouse ‘unhealthy,’ report concludes

An air-quality assessment commissioned by the Colorado Judicial Branch found elevated levels of carbon dioxide and recommended against reoccupying the Archuleta County Courthouse. The judicial branch and Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office vacated the building in September for health concerns.
An air-quality assessment commissioned by the Colorado Judicial Branch found elevated levels of carbon dioxide and recommended against reoccupying the Archuleta County Courthouse. Archuleta County commissioners deemed the Courthouse safe for occupation on Oct. 13, 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.
An air-quality assessment commissioned by the Colorado Judicial Branch found elevated levels of carbon dioxide and recommended against reoccupying the Archuleta County Courthouse. The judicial branch and Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office vacated the building in September for health concerns.
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