Thursday, September 18, 2014

Really bad things are growing at East Melnitz

According to the Daily Bruin, folks there are evacuating:

UCLA officials closed the East Melnitz Building this week because of nontoxic mold growth, causing numerous faculty and staff to relocate for safety reasons. Private contractors are removing three different types of mold from within the ducts of the air system and in one of the information technology rooms in the building, which houses offices for the School of Theater, Film and Television, said Gillian Marks, program manager of environmental compliance at the UCLA Office of Environment, Health and Safety. Marks said the IT room had the “perfect temperature” for mold to grow. Faculty and staff were asked to leave the building so workers could start removing the mold and replacing affected parts of the building on Saturday, Marks said...

Full story at

Maybe there are hints from the Film part of Theater, Film, and Television about what's really happening:

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