Buildings in one liberal Colorado town keep shutting down because of methamphetamine contamination

By Matt Connelly
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The liberal Colorado town of Boulder keeps shutting down buildings due to methamphetamine contamination, according to multiple media reports out of the liberal enclave in the last few weeks. 

In December, the town was forced to shut down the Boulder Main Library after methamphetamine residue was found in restroom air ducts following reports of over a dozen people smoking meth in the facility. 

According to KDVR News, “Tests of the restroom air ducts were voluntarily done after a spike in reports of people smoking in public restrooms over the last four weeks, the city said.”

The library recently reopened but the bathrooms remain closed and security will be increased. 

Now, KDVR is reporting that Boulder is shutting down their downtown RTD station after another case of methamphetamine contamination. 

“The Boulder Regional Transportation District downtown station bathroom area has tested positive for traces of methamphetamine, the department said.

A third-party company tested the bathrooms and hallway outside the station at 1800 14th St. and found levels of meth and/or similar substances exceeding the level approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

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Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado. Follow him on Twitter @MattConnelly.