Mold found at Pilgrim Lane Elementary!!!!!!

January 18, 2012 at 3:56 pm Leave a comment

Per RAS Discover – January 18, 2012:
Mold was recently discovered on several surfaces inside the unoccupied Pilgrim Lane building during a routine visit by district employees. Indoor air quality experts from Air Tamarack, Inc. were contracted by the district to assess the conditions and provide recommendations for appropriate clean-up procedures. Pilgrim Lane has been used as storage space for selected district items since it was closed as an elementary building in 2009.

The district is in the process of generating schedules for short term clean-up of stored items that may be sought for use, and for long term building wide clean-up tasks using the guidelines presented by Air Tamarack, Inc. District employees will be able to enter Pilgrim Lane safely for essential tasks after receiving training and personal protective equipment. Routine entry to Pilgrim Lane is not recommended until clean-up can be completed.

For questions, contact Brian Koch 763-504-8139.

This appears to be another GOOD REASON TO DISPOSE of this building as the Divestiture Committee said should be done, if Pilgrim Lane Elementary School was not need while remodeling at Northport or Lakeview.


Please contact RAS Board members and Administration with your questions and concerns.


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