Complaints mount that school smells of urine and dead rodents
December 9, 2010
BRONX, NY — Despite complaints of Herbert H. Lehman High School smelling of urine and dead rodents, custodial supervisor Ted McCullough has refused to rehire some of the laid-off custodians, according to the New York Daily News.
The remaining eight custodians have been pressured to work overtime and have been allegedly threatened by McCullough that they will be written up if they refuse to perform the added work, the story stated.
A current custodian who requested anonymity said: "There''s no way we can complete the entire job.