UNION GAP, WA — City council members held their third emergency meeting last night to address relocating the city''s municipal court and spending more than the approved amount to rid the building of black mold, according to the Yakima Herald.
City officials now believe it will cost anywhere between $38,000 and $50,000 to modify space in the Union Gap Fire Department to house the court, the article stated.
According to the article, additional money could come from the city''s building reserve fund, which has more than $100,000.
The city council must also check for mold in the police station after staff began reporting health issues similar to those in City Hall, the article noted.
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