Red Brick City Hall at 145 N. Fourth St.
Friday, October 7, 2022 14:00
••Update: Village officials will be back in office on Tuesday.
The Village of Red Brick Municipal Building in Lewiston will be open to the public after 5pm tonight as 716 Clean Up & Restoration has completed its initial mold restoration process.
716 Clean Up & Restoration has been on site over the past two weeks, overseeing and implementing what project manager Shane Hill described as an elaborate top-to-bottom cleanse. The Saunders Reservation-based company, which provides mold and debris removal and management of fire, water and flood damage, said it had mold in Rochester’s Fulmer mold when it first found it and when it was contained. When ordered to test the air quality again.
As part of the review process, Lozier Environmental Consulting, also of Rochester, provided an analytical report to Fulmer Mold. Fungi/pollen tests were performed in the office, including Alternaria, Ascothoa, Basidiosoa, Botriftis, Cladosaurium, Eicocum, Ganoderma, Pysomces, Porbutrincium, and Torula. Upper floors with half a dozen tenant spaces in the municipality. and underground gymnasium.
In addition, rodent-derived hantavirus was not detected, although rat feces were detected in various places in the building.
Mayor Anne Welch said: “We are happy to have the restoration completed and to be able to safely return to the building.”
The remaining containment tents within Red Brick are scheduled to be removed this weekend.
The cost of cleaning the building and repairing the mold is estimated at $200,000. The Trustees will hold a hearing before the monthly meeting on October 17 to hear residents’ comments on the proposal to use the balance of the fund to pay their bills.