Bloomfield City Council discussed plans on Madison street buildings
BLOOMFIELD, Iowa (KYOU) - The Bloomfield City Council met Thursday to discuss how to move ahead with asbestos removal in buildings along Madison Street.
Two buildings were evaluated in mid-June by an engineering firm and after inspection, it was determined there was asbestos in both buildings.
On October 1st, the city council approved a quote from Duncan Construction to temporarily stabilize the buildings according to a recent press release.
Bloomfield mayor Dan Wiegand says the removal of the asbestos will begin soon.
“For public information on the buildings we’re getting ready to, we’re going to do the asbestos removal starting in a week and a half and then we got plans we’re going to discuss moving after that."
The next city council meeting will be scheduled for the last week of October.
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