Earlier this week, several fifth grade Bellamy classes were relocated to Parsley due to mold contamination in fifth grade mobile units. New Hanover County Schools (NHCS) ordered further mold testing to be conducted after the relocation.
Starting Wednesday, 5th grade students from Bellamy Elementary will be bused to Parsley Elementary every day because there’s mold in four of their classrooms.
Some Bellamy Elementary School fifth graders will be temporarily relocated to Parsley Elementary School tomorrow as a safety measure due to mold being found in four mobile units.
Cape Fear Community College is doing some work to fix a mold and mildew problem in a building on campus.
Employees first noticed a problem in the McLeod Building on the downtown campus in December.
A moldy apartment has forced a Wilmington man to move. He claims the management company would not do anything about it.
Jury selection will begin tomorrow in the trial between the Wilmington Housing Authority and former City Councilman Ronald Sparks. The Housing Authority is suing Sparks and his company for negligence and breach of contract following some work he did for them as an engineer.
The Wilmington Fire Department says a report from the industrial hygienist that conducted the mold analysis of Station 2 at Empie Park indicates several types of mold were found and some were at elevated levels.
Parents of Wrightsboro Elementary School are encouraged to attend an information meeting about the school’s recent location change. New Hanover County Schools and NHC Health Department officials, along with Dr. Sean Lucas of Allergy Partners of Coastal Carolina, will be available to answer parents’ questions.