The Tarrytown station building has been reopened after being shutdown Monday for mold remediation, spokeswoman Marjorie Anders said today.
As first reported on LoHud.com, Metro-North was forced to close the building on Monday after mold was found behind the walls. Superstorm Sandy caused severe flooding at the station last month, leaving behind mold that was just discovered, Anders said.
The waiting area and restrooms have been reopened, but work continues in other parts of the building, she said.
(The Tarrytown station waiting area in a Journal News/LoHud.com file photo)