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KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Continuing problems with mold at an apartment complex have some tenants in fear that they’ll be forced out. New notices have been posted at the Rosedale Ridge Apartments ordering tenants to move by December 1.

In September FOX 4 News first showed the substandard living conditions discovered by Unified Government inspectors. At the time property managers said they were working with the Unified Government to correct mold problems in the buildings. Those problems have not yet been fixed nearly two months later.

Tenants provided photos in September showing mold growing in bathrooms, ventilation ducts and along floorboards of some of the 160 units here. Final notices posted on the buildings last week say the rental license has been revoked and those living at Rosedale Ridge must move by December 1.

This is considered subsidized housing, and some tenants are worried that they won’t be able to find another place to live.

“We don’t have no place to go,” said DeNeisha Byrd, one of the tenants. “We were supposed to get notified 90 days before this situation. It’s still going on. It’s still happening. We are still living with mold, rats and mice. All of that. And it’s not fair to us.”

An apartment manager declined to appear on camera but told FOX 4 news: “We will get everything rectified” before they let the complex shut down. The manager claims to be fighting for Rosedale Ridge. Some tenants say they remain unconvinced.

The Unified Government has said all along that property managers must conduct air quality tests with results that show mold problems have been corrected.