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Union rep says repairs made at county health department

PITTSBURGH — A union representative says officials have fixed unhealthy working conditions at the offices of a western Pennsylvania county health department.

WPXI-TV reports that the Service Employees International Union representative John Listisen is pleased with fixes at the Allegheny County Health Department facilities in Pittsburgh.

Three weeks ago, workers shared pictures with the TV station showing problems with mold and asbestos.

But now the union representative says mold has been eradicated in one area, and other work is being done to fix water leaks believed to be responsible for the mold and other problems.

Doug Nolfi, the acting director of the county’s facilities management office, led union officials and workers on a walkthrough to point out the repairs but he’s declined to comment about them.

In related news, Union says Pennsylvania health department has mold, asbestos.

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