The city is poised to clear the large junkyard along Interstate 25.
City Attorney Dave Romero said this week that the city could begin the project in two to three weeks. That’s contingent on the federal government giving the the city the clearance to access the junkyard from the U.S. interstate, which the city expects to happen.
The estimated price tag is $200,000.
About three years ago, the city made headway in convincing frequent code violator Tony Ortega to get rid of the junk on his properties on Railroad Avenue.
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