Re: mold fad a thing of the past
Posted by ff on 3/30/04
Don't forget a few weeks back, the health department here is
getting out of two of their buildings (located miles apart).
The anti-microbials have become a good food souce for targeted
on 3/30/04, JohnCodie wrote:
> On 3/29/04, Jack wrote:
>> This whole mold phenom is a fad of the past. You guys get
>> over it. The well has run dry!!!
> Was not looking for water, or money, was looking for being
> made whole again. Fresh off the Press, the Mississippi
> Press that is: One block off from Trent Lotts local office,
> and three buildings down from the main Library still trying
> to get back to its design since mold was first forced into
> the publics view.
> Source: Brad Crocker can be reached at 228-934-1431, or
> Footnote: The Mississippi Press has moved its printing
> office to Mobile and its old building has been vacated due
> mold. Local High School is in the early stages of being
> down due to mold despite it is on the historic register.
> Postal Officials Say Pas branch safe despite mold
> U.S. Postal Service officials are reviewing their options on
> how to handle a mold infestation at the main U.S.. Postal
> Service brach in Pascagoula at 911 Jackson Ave. Mold was
> recently detected in the east wall of the post office which
> was opened in the 1970s. Test conducted recently indicated
> that the post office did not pose threat to employees, said
> Larry Dingman, manager of field communications for the U.S.
> Postal Service's Memphis office
> "We want our employees to have the best, safest work
> environment possible," Dingman siad Monday. We want
> everybody to know the building is safe." There has been no
> decision regarding whether the USPS will stay in the Jackson
> Avenue building or move to another location. "We just don't
> know yet," Dingman said. "We're doing the best we can to
> look at all the options." "We want to do the important
> thing." Dingman added that services will not be interrupted
> as a result of the mold. Alaina Garrision, 47, handles all
> her postal business at the Jacksoin Ave. Office. "It's so
> centrally located, i couldn't see going anywhere else,
> it's close to this one,"she said. The Pascagoula Public
> Library, located several buildings down from the post
> is in the middle of its own bout with mold problems. Last
> fall, a leaky skylight and roof and problems with the
> and air conditining units caused infestations in the
> conference rooms, which were gutted down to the steel
> The rooms remain blocked off. Earlier this year, the City
> Council awarded a $43,315 contract to Continental Roofing to
> Repair the skylight and roof. "We wanted to repair the
> outside first,"City Manager Kay Johnson siad. The city wil
> advertise for bids to handle repairing the conference center
> walls in the near future, Johnson said.
> Note: Continental Roofing also provided free roofing
> to the Pascaoula High School in order to delay the
> infestation. After about six years the old school remains
> the sale block with no buyers. It could be given to the
> by the School board.
> Jack now is your chance to educate all these misinformed
> individuals. You can start with Mr. Larry Dingman, Senator
> Lott, City Manager Kay Johnson, or reporter Brad Crocker.
> Evidently your message has not been completely spread, or
> these guys, and gals need a little more ammunition that your
> keeping under wraps.
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