NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - The Navy says it expects to get results this week of mold inspections conducted at some military homes in Hampton Roads.
Marine Chemist Services of Newport News began inspecting about 14 housing units managed by Lincoln Military Housing on Dec. 14.
The Navy says in a news release that seven inspections have been completed and those results are expected this week.
At least nine homes were previously inspected by a different company hired by Lincoln Military Housing. Lincoln Military Housing has said no problems were found.
The Navy hired Marine Chemist Services to do the new inspections after receiving complaints from residents.
After the inspection results are received, Navy representatives will meet with families to discuss any further action and to answer questions.
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