Springs lumberyard buildings demolished for a permanent clinic

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Temporary medical facility to be located in the Jacob House

By Ian Neligh

Like a dinosaur, an excavator took one giant bite after another out of the main building of the Idaho Springs lumberyard.

Timbers and roofing buckled and splintered before finally giving way, collapsing to the ground to make room for the county’s future clinic.

Starting in June, the Jacob House at 115 15th Ave. will serve as the short-term location for the community’s new clinic while the county prepares the lumberyard site to be the permanent location in the next five years.

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