New Law Would Protect Families from Lead Exposure


City Councilman Jeff Johnson is pushing for new legislation to help eradicate the lead found in Cleveland homes.

As part of the Lead Safe Cleveland Initiative, the Plain Dealer reported that, "Johnson, along with Cleveland Lead Safe Network would first tackle lead paint hazards in homes and then go after reducing the risk from the toxin in soil and water."

Countless homes in the Cleveland area were built before 1978, and are at a greater risk of having lead paint that causes permanent and life threatening damage to young children.

If you suspect your home has not undergone a lead inspection, or fear your family has been exposed to lead, contact us today