Five Boro Mold Specialist Inc., Releases Report On Water Damage and Mold Growth in NYC Schools Five Boro Mold Specialist Inc., A Mold Removal Company in Brooklyn, Warns Officials of Potential Mold Crisis in NYC Schools.
NEW YORK, Aug. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With school starting for many children of all ages across the nation, many school systems are still experiencing budget shortfalls with the economy still on the rebound. As every local government has to deal with budget shortfalls these days, along with the calamity that it causes for infrastructure and education, most should understand the serious hazards of sending children back to school to endure hazardous conditions.
As some officials could care less and are only worried about their personal agendas and "pet" projects that help line their own pockets with additional funds and money for campaigning and personal use, the number of officials that sincerely care, far outweigh the proverbial bad apples. Now in the Big Apple for instance, Mayor Bloomberg has been often seen as one of those with a personal agenda being a billionaire and all, but the fact of the matter is that he has been very busy with assisting New Yorkers with a tremendous amount of effort before, during, and after the devastation caused by Super Storm Sandy.
As no one is perfect, and as some officials are well endowed and well connected with people in power, this has proven to be somewhat of a "perk" for New Yorkers as the entire world runs off of making money, and money is what Mayor Bloomberg is all about.
As the entire infra-structure of most of the nations municipalities are either traded publicly on the stock market via bonds, or are managed by private firms that are in no way owned and operated by the government, just "monitored", and are strictly for profit. With a humid and wet summer school break just about over for most students and staff in NYC, the lack of attention for water damage and mold growth in school buildings is almost for certain to cause a major health hazard for students and faculty returning to school this year.
Students, faculty, and other related city officials that are aware of any hazardous conditions within any publicly maintained areas are asked to report any and all instances directly to the proper authorities, the school board, or the Mayor's office.
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