ADA Ramp Installed For New Businesses On Central

An ADA ramp being installed at 1247 Central Ave. in downtown Los Alamo. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

A worker smoothes out wet concrete for an ADA ramp at 1247 Central. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Staff Report

Building owner Shannon Cde Baca of Shannon Corporation is having an ADA ramp installed in front of her building at 1247 Central Ave. in downtown Los Alamos.

Warm Hearts Yarn and Atomic City Quilts are moving together into in a space with stairs, and have clients who use wheel chairs and walkers. The ramp is nearly complete between David’s Barber Shop and the Los Alamos Daily Post newspaper headquarters.

Warm Hearts Yarn Owner Katie Brousseau and Atomic City Quilts Shellie Kuropatwinski are planning a Sept. 1 Grand Opening for their new store.

Atomic City Quilts will offer bolts of fabric and a cutting table, as well as quilting notions. Both businesses will offer classes. Warm Hearts Yarn will continue to offer its current lines of yarn, as well as needlework notions, supplies, books and magazines and will be offering some new yarn lines.

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