UNION GAP, Wash.-- The city of Union Gap is once again dealing with mold problems, but this time it's not in the old city hall building.
The city recently bought a temporary unit to house city employees while they build a new city hall.
However on Thursday, one of the unit's pieces didn't meet inspection because of mold.
They had originally hoped to be in the new building by May, but they could have to push that date back.
"So, obviously we're not going to bring in a unit that's moldy, considering our current... We had to vacate our current facility because of mold," said Mayor Roger Wentz.
The city is now negotiating with the unit seller over who should pay to replace the part.
Wentz says it's unlikely the council will vote to pay for the extra cost.
He hopes the issue is resolved by the next city council meeting on February 25th.