High lead levels in city schools

by WOHe

WATERBURY, CT – December 19, 2010 — A $25,000 study has turned up toxic levels of lead in paint at 22 district schools, but officials say there’s no immediate threat.

Lead paint becomes a problem when it’s chipped or otherwise deteriorating. The school’s painting staff got to work on the worst problem areas over the summer, working down to areas of less concern.

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