CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Councilman Jeff Johnson said he will introduce an ordinance Aug. 16 requiring nearly all homes, child care centers and schools built in 1978 or prior to "Lead Safe'. Below are answers to some questions about the legislation, which you can read here or below in a document viewer. If you have other questions, leave then below in the comments or Tweet them to @RachelDissell or @BrieZeltner and we'll work to answer them. What would this law mean for Cleveland property owners?
/>CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cleveland homes, childcare centers and schools built before 1978 would have to be certified as safe from lead hazards by 2021 under legislation City Councilman Jeff Johnson will introduce next month. Johnson, along with Cleveland Lead Safe Network (CLSN), created the proposed ordinance as part of a sweeping Lead Safe Cleveland Initiative that would first tackle lead paint hazards in homes and then go after reducing the risk from the toxin in soil and water.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It's 11:32 p.m. on a Friday night, and 31-year-old Alisha Samuel is entering her sixth hour of natural labor at Cleveland Clinic's Hillcrest Hospital. The first-time mom is ready to give up. "Call them, seriously," she moans, stuffing her face into a pillow between contractions that are now about a minute apart. There are no doctors or nurses in the room. Jay-Z's 2001 album "Blueprint" plays on an IPhone positioned next to her bed.
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