Source: https://gazette.com/, December 6, 2019
By: Jakob Rodgers
The hope for a long-sought revival of southeast Colorado Springs, including renovations of some of the city’s most notorious apartment complexes, has turned into a nightmare for a slew of tenants who’ve been ordered out of their homes because of asbestos contamination.
The scope of the asbestos contamination at properties owned by Denver-based Slipstream Properties broadened Friday with the revelation that a second apartment complex was cleared around Thanksgiving and several others in the city are under scrutiny by state regulators, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Read more.