Non-Harmful Mold Cleaned up at Texas A&M-Texarkana
Students at the Bringle Lake Texarkana Campus of Texas A&M University should be returning to their dorms today.This following the clean-up of some non-harmful common mold. The residence hall received a through cleaning under the review of the licensed environmental firm HEC Group after a gray substance was observed on the carpet in a few rooms within the facility.
The 23 residents were housed at a local hotel simply as a precaution during the assessment. Texas A&M-Texarkana President DR. C.B. Rathburn III said "We always look out for the safety and well being of our student body when a situation like this one arises. We have taken an overabundance of caution relating to this matter during this time."
The University says the residence will be certified and ready for a record student body in August.