Bayridge is one of three military housing complexes on Air Force land in Biloxi where military families say "toxic mold" has invaded due to moisture from poorly insulated duct work. Texas-based Hunt companies that own or manage the subdivisions, which include West Falcon and Thrower Park, say they have remedied the issues.
Bayridge is one of three military housing complexes on Air Force land in Biloxi where military families say "toxic mold" has invaded due to moisture from poorly insulated duct work. Texas-based Hunt companies that own or manage the subdivisions, which include West Falcon and Thrower Park, say they have remedied the issues. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Bayridge is one of three military housing complexes on Air Force land in Biloxi where military families say "toxic mold" has invaded due to moisture from poorly insulated duct work. Texas-based Hunt companies that own or manage the subdivisions, which include West Falcon and Thrower Park, say they have remedied the issues. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

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