Mold Forces Closure Of Durham Building
Posted September 5, 2003
DURHAM, N.C. — Mold is the culprit in another building closing in Durham.
City officials found high levels of mold spores in the basement of the E.D. Mickle Recreation Center.
The east Durham building will be closed for up to two months.
City officials say the center's public areas show normal mold levels, and the closing is only a precaution.
A problem with mold was also responsible for the shutdown of two dorms at North Carolina Central University.