- Associated Press - Monday, June 8, 2015

MILLINOCKET, Maine (AP) - Maine state court officials say Millinocket District Court will reopen on June 24 after a forced shutdown due to mold.

State Court Administrator James Glessner says the Judicial Branch shut down the court in a town-owned building last summer after a roof leaked and mold spread. He says the town has completed remediation work and air quality tests confirm the absence of mold.

Glessner says it is safe for the Judicial Branch to hold court proceedings in the building. The court serves the northern Maine town of Millinocket and surrounding communities.

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