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Mold removal inconveniences tenants

August 13, 2010
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SEABROOK, NH — Mold removal is still an ongoing process at Seabrook Town Hall and while some of the first floor departments have been moved back into their original spaces, the future of other offices might be different, according to the Hampton Union.
Since the mold crisis was discovered in the spring, the Sewer Department has been operating out of a trailer that was set up for it on the grounds of the wastewater treatment plant on Wright''s Island, the article stated.
Currently, the trailer houses 14 filing cabinets, a desk for the department secretary, a lavatory and a closet: Additional file cabinets the department worked from were unable to be included because of the lack of space, the article noted.
"The trailer is not big enough," Sewer Superintendent Warner Knowles said. "Right now I don''t have a desk, just a chair."
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