Babylon Helps, in association with Adopt-A-House, will hold a panel discussion on Mold Remediation and the First Steps to Rebuilding on Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. in Babylon Junior-Senior High School's Rowe Hall.
The panel discussion will include Rich Groh, Chief Environmental Analyst for the Town of Babylon; Bob Deacon, of Vango Cleaning and Restoration who will discuss the best practices for keeping mold out; a representative from National Association of The Remodeling Industry (NARI), for discussing best practice for hiring contractors; and others are expected to be in attendance.
A session immediately following the panel discussion will give event attendees the chance to get more specific information from the speakers and from other attending groups that could help residents.
The event is free and open to all, including residents from outside the village, but space is limited and event organizers ask those planning to attend register online here.
Babylon Helps, a charitable organization formed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and made up of many local residents, was recently named by Patch readers as the Babylon Village Patch Persons of the Year for 2012.