Workers demolishing two buildings at Brook Run Park thought they had removed all the asbestos from the buildings, but when they lifted a slab recently, they found more, city Parks and Recreation Manager Brent Walker told members of Dunwoody City Council on May 12.

Workers now must properly dispose of the concrete and dirt in the area where the additional asbestos was found, he said.

Removal of the additional asbestos will cost $20,000 to $45,000, he said. He said the work should be completed by Memorial Day.

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