The majority of Detroit homes that flood face an equally insidious threat in the aftermath: black mold.
SUBSCRIBE TO BRIDGEDETROIT
Get quality, relevant, multimedia journalism and information that is directly responsive to Detroiters’ information needs and desires.
BridgeDetroit is powered by generous grant support from the Knight, Ford, Erb, Skillman, Kresge, Wilson, McGregor, and Hudson-Webber foundations, the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, and Facebook.
Top Posts & Pages
- Devastating floods leave Detroiters with toxic mold
- New Bargain Block season, same appraisal problems
- State marker to honor influence of the Tejano ‘soundscape’ in Detroit
- Guardians of graffiti: Inside an effort to protect Detroit’s vanishing art
- Detroit’s Gen Z radio host puts new spin on the oldies
- Collapsing Eastern Market building will be restored
- Eastern Market building collapse sends bricks ‘down like rain’
- Opinion: Detroit could use incremental income tax revenue to lower property tax
- JB's Bites: More money, more Black farms
- Detroit Black Film Festival elevates growing indie scene