When children have exposure to lead paint both cognitive and emotional disabilities can develop. Young children are especially at risk since they have a tendency to put items – such as paint chips – in their mouths.
Many of the housing across the Finger Lakes region was built before 1950 when lead paint was commonly used. A property owner has particular responsibilities to take precautions which prevent lead exposure to occupants.
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