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Lead Safety Network Gathering Announced

Cleveland Lead Safe Network (CLSN) is hosting our Summer Convening on Thursday July 27th at 4PM at 3500 Lorain Avenue. 

 We're pleased to have Councilman Larry Sykes from Toledo City Council as our guest speaker. Councilman Sykes was instrumental in getting the Toledo Lead Safe Housing ordinance enacted one year ago. He was also active in the effort to fight off State Pre-emption of local lead poisoning laws.

 We expect to have a presentation on the proposed Lead Safe Housing ordinance that is being prepared for Cleveland City Council.

 Seating is limited so please register in advance by email (just hit reply and leave your name, phone and organization) or leave a voice message at 216/359-1060.

 Then share the below flyer with everyone in your rolodex or email contacts file.

 From Spencer Wells

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