Las Vegas housing officials say they want to get as many vacant units ready for tenants as soon as possible.
The housing authority has been rehabilitating a number of units in recent months, but an assessment shows the presence of asbestos in units targeted for remodeling.
Jeff Lowry of Lowry Consultants told the City Council last week that the asbestos were located in floor tiles and that the problem would need to be solved before housing improvements are made.
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