Since moving Uptown from the Dominican Republic at the age of three, I’ve lived within a three block radius of a major highway every time we’ve moved. My parents encouraged me to spend as much time as possible outside, completely
Community advocates, the water utility, and mapping experts collaborate to document where Buffalo’s lead pipes are located, as records are incomplete or inaccurate FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 20, 2022 Contacts: Stephanie Simeon, Heart of the City Neighborhoods, email@example.com, 716-446-3863
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NY signs the first lead in school drinking water testing bill in the nation into law
Congressional staffers in Washington, DC have more in common than they’d like with the people of Flint, Michigan.
Prior to this bill, there was no uniform requirement for NYS schools to test for lead in drinking water.