Union Gaps mold problem will soon be solved with a new union gap city hall. The city council voted Monday to demolish the current city hall and replace it with a new 120 thousand dollar modular unit that will be up by the end of the year
Union Gap facing the possibility of City Hall shutting down and looking for a place to relocate employees. The City is looking for ways to recover from an expensive mold problem. The clean up is estimated at over $350,000
Union Gap's mold problem continues to place a burden on that city. Tonight's council meeting council members are expected to hear about a report on the mold problem, results from air tests and other information that could help make some big decisions in Union Gap
Union Gap City Officials continue to deal with a mold problem that has closed City Hall. Mayor Jim Lemon tells our news partner KIMA Action News they are now considering a new option. County Commissioners suggested moving City Hall an
The City of Union Gap's mold problem is turning into a very costly fix, causing the council to dig $32,000 deeper. It also has the city scrambling to find suitable offices for their employees and agencies
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