SAVANNAH, GA — A third Savannah fire station facing the cleanup of mold over the past two years made one city leader wonder if a massive inspection of all city buildings was due, according to the Savannah Morning News.
City Alderman Jeff Felser said he and other members of city council were already uneasy when hearing about two stations run by Savannah Fire & Emergency Services that were in need of mold remediation.
But the addition of a third at a Southside location that will be forced to close for about a week so crews can clean the mold has raised even greater concern, the article stated.
"Our employees should be working under safe and healthy work conditions and I''d be happier if we checked all city facilities. I want to know if this is a city-wide issue and how we should handle it," Felser added.
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