LITTLETON, Colorado — The Bemis Public Library in Littleton is reopening Tuesday after being closed for several weeks due to meth residue, the library said.
"Following a comprehensive testing and remediation process, the Arapahoe County Public Health Department agrees public health risk at Bemis is 'extremely low,' allowing the building to reopen," the library said on its website.
The upstairs men’s and women’s restrooms and the downstairs private restroom will remain closed until remediation is confirmed to be complete, the library said. The lower-level men’s and women’s restrooms will be open, along with the restroom in the children’s area.
The city closed the library on Jan. 18 after testing revealed elevated levels of meth contamination in the main floor women’s and men’s bathroom exhaust fans, and in the lower-level family bathroom.
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