Officials lift stop-work order on school demolition

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Officials lift stop-work order on school demolition

Materials found on land south of Cortez
Demolition of the old Montezuma-Cortez High School started this month. District officials said they have issued a stop-work order after a report that a demolition materials had been dumped at a private site south of Cortez.
Montezuma County Deputy Bryan Hill investigates whether material from the high school demolition project was being dumped on private property south of Cortez.
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The retired high school building’s demolition has also faced obstacles in the form of theft.
The building has been the target of three separate burglaries so far this month. Almost $5,000 worth of tools were reported stolen from the gym

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Officials lift stop-work order on school demolition

Demolition of the old Montezuma-Cortez High School started this month. District officials said they have issued a stop-work order after a report that a demolition materials had been dumped at a private site south of Cortez.
Montezuma County Deputy Bryan Hill investigates whether material from the high school demolition project was being dumped on private property south of Cortez.
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