In a decision that could have sweeping consequences for private companies that manage military housing, a jury has awarded more than $2 million to a Marine Corps family who sued their privatized military housing landlords over mold and other maintenance problems in their Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego home. The family of Staff Sgt. Matthew Charvat alleged that their Gateway Village military housing, managed by San Diego Family Housing and Lincoln Military Property Management, had extensive water damage and elevated moisture levels that caused microbes and mold to grow, making them sick. Read more on Military.com.
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