City Council Looking To Train Workers For Charity Hospital Cleanup

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The New Orleans City Council is looking to train people to clean asbestos from Charity Hospital.

Officials say LSU owns the old hospital site but has now entered into a lease with a developer who plans to turn it into a mix of residential and commercial units.

The city says they now need people to help with the construction.

Applicants will be trained to remove asbestos and will be paid $15 per hour.

Residents who are interested are asked to contact Max Perdomo at 504-453-6761 or Eileen Bruzeau at 504-468-9500.

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