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Crews Clean NCCU Dorms Of Toxic Mold

Posted February 9, 2004

— Two dorms at North Carolina Central University are now free of toxic black mold.

North Carolina Central University shut down the dormitories last August and sent students to live in area hotels.

The cost of fixing the dorms was close to $25 million.

Chancellor James Ammons said the dorms are on track to reopen by June.

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