West Lafayette’s City Hall Faces Serious Mold Problem

The mold problem in the vacated City Hall of the West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana has been found to be more serious than anticipated.

Mold spores were first detected in January this year, after which, the hall was completely vacated by the end of February.

According to Mayor John Dennis, the mold remediation crew has discovered that two layers of drywall in the basement are contaminated with mold.

Dennis further said “Each layer they see that has more contamination, each floor they go where they see it’s a little bit more damaged than we had originally anticipated… Our expectations are being somewhat diminished about ever being able to return to that facility.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.