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Pot money to fund replacement of decades-old school in Commerce City
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. -- A nearly 60-year-old elementary school in Adams County School District 14 is falling apart. Structural deficiencies and smelly sewage issues are just two of the concerns for parents and children at Alsup Elementary School in Commerce City. But the community won’t have to deal with those concerns indefinitely. Thanks to the marijuana industry in Colorado, a wrecking ball is set to hit the school in order to build a new one.