City launches $15M Sandy mold initiative

Homeowners dealing with mold in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy are getting some help from the city. Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Office is launching a $15

The money will be used to pay for mold supply kits and training sessions.

The money will be used to pay for mold supply kits and training sessions. (2/1/13)

BROOKLYN - Homeowners dealing with mold in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy are getting some help from the city.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Office is launching a $15 million initiative to help residents clean up mold, which can cause a host of respiratory problems if left untreated.

The funds will be used to pay for free mold supply kits and for training sessions to educate people on its removal.  

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