Black mold at the Rochester Town Hall?

Carl Chipman

From the article Black mold sickens New Paltz Town Hall employees published in New Paltz Times on September 11, 2014:

    “The recent discovery of a sickness-inducing black mold at the New Paltz Town Hall has quickened supervisor Susan Zimet’s search for town government facilities.

    The still-unidentified mold — results of an air-quality test are still pending — has reportedly caused health problems for town employees for over a year. At a special Town Board meeting held on Thursday, September 4, ailments including rashes, sinus problems and breathing issues were reported.”

What a coincidence! A few days back I heard that mold is also present in the Rochester Town Hall. Allegedly there were days when the employees took their desks outside because it was painful to breath in the offices. It seems that – for reasons unknown – Supervisor Carl Chipman is hiding the situation from the fellow Town Board members.

Is this true, Carl? Yes or no, spare us the gobbledygook…

– Jon Dogar-Marinesco

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4 Responses to Black mold at the Rochester Town Hall?

  1. Anonymous says:

    There’s more than black mold in the town of rochester building hall that will make you sick…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Mr. Chipman, instead of huffing and puffing all day trying to identify the whistle blower, calm down and answer Jon’s question. Is it true or not?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Does the town have enough insurance? Shh… only Carl knows.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Not only is there Mold, Mr. Supervisor. There is a Mole who is telling ALL your secrets!

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