UofL dorms closed for mold to reopen

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A University of Louisville dormitory that was closed in October after mold was discovered is set to reopen.

WLKY-TV reports students are expected to move back into Miller Hall on Saturday and Sunday. Classes at the state's second-largest public university begin Monday.

After the 270 freshmen moved out of the dorm, crews replaced the entire heating and air system in the building. The system had been in place since the dorm was built in 1965.

UofL Director of Housing Shannon Staten says the university also replaced all the moveable furniture that was in the building.

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