BOULDER, Colo. (KDVR) — Boulder’s Most important Library will progressively reopen beginning this week after testing confirmed methane residue within the library’s public restrooms and floor contamination on some seating furnishings.
The restrooms will likely be closed till the remediation is full and the affected furnishings is eliminated, in line with the Metropolis of Boulder.
The library closed on Dec. 20 after checks confirmed meth contamination was nicely above the state’s threshold within the exhaust bathrooms. This preliminary testing was completed after individuals have been reported smoking meth within the restrooms.
The primary section of reopening will start on January 4. Patrons with current or new holds on supplies will likely be given entry to choose up. The primary entrance will likely be open from 9am to 7pm
A tentative date for full reopening was set for January 9. Nevertheless, there was no timeline for when the bathrooms would reopen after remediation, which was anticipated to take a number of weeks.
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