Public housing

Deanna Curtis, waits to show Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano the wall in her apartment where dry wall was removed. She kept some pieces of the wall and believes mold is on it and is concerned more remains in the wall. She says the units are also infested with mice and roaches. Curtis lives with her young son in McCulloh Homes. They both have asthma. The city has more than 7,000 open work orders. 

Kim Hairston / Baltimore Sun
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