There are new details on the treating of mold at the Roderick Ireland Courthouse in Springfield.

SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- There are new details on the treating of mold at the Roderick Ireland Courthouse in Springfield.

The Hampden County Bar Association put out a memo Monday to all judges and staff that said a follow-up report from TRC Environmental Corporation showed now just two areas now need additional remediation - the third floor records and storage room, as well as the ground floor mail room.

While the courthouse reopened to the public last week, multiple agencies - including the Hampden District Attorney's office and the Hampden County Sheriff's Department - said they will not return to the building until mold and health issues are addressed.

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