Scott Township, Columbia County-- We've received a number of complaints about mold issues at a Bloomsburg area apartment complex.
Four residential units-- with dozens of apartments apiece-- are coming into question at Lions Gate Apartments in Scott Township.
Those units were just built over the past couple of years.
The woman we spoke with didn't want us to show her face-- but she says the year or so she's lived here has been a nightmare.
"It's one problem after another. We started noticing mold in our toilets, and we didn't know what was going on. So, we were cleaning them every day, every day," she said.
Tenants here say they have no doubt it's mold and mildew gathering around their heating and air conditioning units, windows, and bathrooms.
In the toilets, they say it starts as a pink ring around the bowl-- and if they don't clean it every single day-- dark mold appears almost immediately.
The tenant explained, "I spray it with Lysol, I wipe it down with Lysol wipes. We use Clorox, it doesn't matter."
We fielded calls from more than a handful of tenants with similar issues.
They say they're fed up that-- in their opinion-- their questions aren't being answered, and the problems aren't being fully resolved.
The woman continued, "Over the last month-and-a-half, two months, we've been getting woken up to construction going on. Nobody's telling us anything, so we started talking to the construction workers, and they told us there was a mold problem here."
A representative of Lions Gate admits a mold problem has existed since the units were constructed.
The property managers did not want to appear on camera.
But they say they've been working diligently on the mold problem.
They say two of the four units here have been remediated-- and the other two are in the midst of the process right now.
And they say their doors are always open if any tenant has an issue.
The property managers say they've also moved some tenants to different rooms, or put them up in hotels, when mold remediation required it.
But-- for at least a few tenants here-- it's too little, too late.
They're making plans to simply move out.
"All of us are sick, I've been sick for the last month. I've been on two different types of antibiotics, and there's nothing they can do until I stop breathing it in," the tenant added.