Mold delays opening at 2 Bethlehem schools
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - August 26, 2013 (WPVI) -- A mold problem is delaying the start of classes at two schools in Bethlehem.
Classes were set to begin Monday at Farmersville Elementary and East Hills Middle School.
However, mold cleanup at the schools wasn't finished to classes were delayed.
An air quality test was scheduled for Monday to determine if the schools could open Tuesday.
Cleanup has been ongoing since the mold was discovered last week.
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