TV Station Goes after Mold

On April 2nd, a tv station, ABC7, contacted the county with a mold complaint, and the next day the county hired a company to serve legal notice in the owner. The county moved for an expedited court day to force the owner of a house in short sale status to clean up the mold that started growing after damaging spring rains last year.

But the county has known about this for a while. Prince George’s County promised to legally force a Suitland homeonwer to clean up the toxic mold that’s taken over her townhouse but that has not happened yet. The promises were made in December 2011. Four months since that promise was made and still no abatement. The owner, Eugenia Westbrook moved to New York.

This time, it appears that neighbors are getting some action. Frequently there is nowhere for mold victims to turn. Currently there’s a limit to now mold can be scientifically proven to affect its victims.

If you’re in California, you might want to give us a call and see about getting an assessment from Byebyemold.

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