Lifeguard Headquarters in Lavallette Shut Down due to Black Mold

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Lifeguard Headquarters in Lavallette Shut Down due to Black Mold

A lifeguard headquarters building in Lavallette, New Jersey, has been closed due to mold issues.

The building, that was opened earlier this year, was shut down after black mold was discovered.

The building had costed the Lavallette taxpayers approximately $387,000.


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Hillsborough Township School District Spends $342,000 for Mold Removal

Hillsborough Township School District, New Jersey, has spent $342,000 to clean up mold at Hillsborough High School.

The mold was discovered in 11 rooms, including the video-conference room, auditorium, 2 teacher work rooms, and 7 classrooms.

According to high school Principal Karen Bingert, 8 out of the 11 rooms have been cleaned and opened while the work is underway in the other rooms.


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Mold-Infested Abandoned House in Union Beach Poses Health Threat to Neighbors

Authorities revealed that an abandoned, mold-infested home at Saint James Avenue in Union Beach, Monmouth County, New Jersey could be causing health issues for the nearby residents.

The house, which was left abandoned after Sandy storm, was recently inspected, after a neighbor complained that the mold is making his family sick. The inspection confirmed that there was mold growth inside the house and some windows were left open.

The Union Beach officials said they will try to get the property added into the list of houses scheduled for demolition.


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Sea Bright Police Headquarters to be Evacuated for Mold Remediation

Sea Bright police headquarters building, located at 1099 Ocean Ave., Sea Bright, New Jersey, is going to be temporary evacuated, after black mold was detected within the floor layers.

According to Joseph Verruni, the Sea Bright Borough Administrator, “There is non-airborne black mold that exists within the layers of the floor in the building”.

In a recent interview, Councilman C. Read Murphy said that since the mold is non-airborne, there is no urgency to clean up the building. However, the officials want it to be done as soon as possible.

The building will be evacuated for a period for thirty to sixty days and the mold remediation is expected to be completed within this time.