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East Side Fire Station Closes After the Discovery of Mold; Rebuilding Plans Discussed

Because of the intense mold scenario in East Side Fire Station at Allentown, the facility will be closed permanently. Plan for rebuilding finances is now being discussed.

Oct. 3, 2011 - PRLog -- Mold was detected Thursday after the inspection on Allentown East Side Fire Station. Heavy rains during the week causes leaks on the building that gave way to an intense mold growth. Station management won’t reconsider an expensive temporary repairs and renovations.

Allentown City council was asked to approve a $4 million bond which includes the expenses for the new Fire Station that will be built on the site.

All the firefighters and equipment were temporarily been moved to Hibernia Station, this will cause one and a half to two minutes delay to the response time. However this does not mean that fire coverage on the area will drop off.

Read more about Fire Station: Closed and Rebuilt because of Mold Infestation

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"Heavy rains in Allentown City caused an intensive mold growths in East Side Fire Station which forced it to closed. The management is not looking forward on any expensive temporary repairs so, rebuilding a new one would be a wiser decision."

"Temporarily all firefighters as well as the equipment will be moved to Hibernia Station causing response times to be 1.5 to 2 minutes delayed. But the abandonment of the mold-infested building will  already be permanent."

"The situation of the fire facility wasn’t that bad but became that worse because mold wasn’t discovered immediately. Mold is not always visible, it grows even on hardest-to-reach areas. The Florida Mold Inspectors, who look after the worst mold infestation in the country and conduct the florida mold inspection, could have saved the facility from being abandoned permanently. They are the most reliable and trusted inspectors by a majority of home and business owners.  They are also using the top mold remediation product."

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"The heavy rains we have been seeing lately have caused some major issues at a local fire department, forcing it to be abandoned permanently."

"Mold was found Thursday at the Allentown East Side Fire Station, in the 700 block of North Irving Street."

"According to a release from the city, the heavy rains exacerbated leaks in the building, which causes the mold."

"All the firefighters and equipment have been moved to the Hibernia Station near the intersection of Tilghman Street and Ridge Avenue."

"The closure of the East Side Fire Station does not mean that fire coverage for that area will drop off, during high traffic times, the city will stage firefighters outside the station."


Read more about Mold Forces Closure of Fire Station; Station to be Rebuilt at http://www.floridamoldinspection.org/mold-forces-fire-sta...


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Source:Caroline Cooper
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Industry:Advertising, Environment, Government
Tags:Florida Mold Inspection, Florida Mold Inspectors, Mold Testing, Black Mold, Mold Symptoms, Mold Problems
Last Updated:Oct 09, 2011
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