Mold could close Poxabogue for extended period Mold could close Poxabogue for extended period - 27 East

Mold could close Poxabogue for extended period

authorMichael Wright on Jun 23, 2010
Extensive mold growth has been found in the recesses of the town-owned Poxabogue Golf Center building, and Southampton Town Board members and the facility’s manager are preparing for the possibility... more

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