O'Reilly Auto Parts

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The City of Walsenburg is forging new frontiers by creating an environment that is conducive to developing a resilient economy.

We are committed to working with the private sector to expand existing businesses and to encourage the location of new businesses within the City.

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O’Reilly Auto Parts is an American auto parts retailer that provides automotive aftermarket parts, tools, supplies, equipment, and accessories in the United States serving both the professional service providers and do-it-yourself customers.

O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. operates more than 5,147 stores in 47 states and continues to plan for growth and expansion, projecting the addition of 200 new locations in 2018.

 

It's a welcome addition to the city's ever growing retail and service sector.

For more information about business opportunities and development incentives feel free to review our Strategic Plan or contact our city administrator James Toth directly at jtoth@cityofwalsenburg.com

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The Next Step is demolition of a condemned eyesore!

The building is being prepared for the asbestos removal operations.

The south facade has been boarded up as part of the work enclosure. At the east end a staging area has been set up where the workers will change into their protective suits and put on their respirators. Then they will go inside and remove the asbestos material.

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Asbetos Removal Stage

On December 6th Asbestos Inspector Jay Davis checked in at the job site, reporting that abatement is nearly complete. At that time they were waiting for the air clearance test. The superintendent was just leaving, but he offered to "Bunny Up" and go back in to take a few progress photos for us. You can see how clean the interior is. Three dumpsters of ACM plaster have been removed from the walls and ceilings. They scrape and scrub as much as they can and what can't be removed from porous materials like rough lumber and bricks is encapsulated in a varnish. Air test results are expected this week and then demolition can start.

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