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Meeting Name: Committee on Housing and Buildings Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/13/2019 9:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Committee Room - City Hall
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Int 0464-2018 *Daniel Dromm  Proposed Int. No. 464-BInvestigation by the DOHMH of places in which children identified with elevated blood lead levels routinely visit and the regulation of lead-based paint hazards in facilities providing day care services, and to repeal subchapter 1 of chapter 9 of title 17IntroductionThis bill would Require DOHMH to investigate the potential sources of elevated blood lead levels in children, including an inspection of any dwelling where a child with an elevated blood lead level spends 10 or more hours per week. This bill would also add to existing lead hazard remediation requirements for facilities providing day care services, requiring them to post notices describing any order to remediate a lead hazard, and to remediate such hazard within 21 days. This bill would also implicate a building owner’s responsibility to investigate and remediate a lead hazard when a child spends 10 or more hours per week in one of their units.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0464-2018 *Daniel Dromm   Investigation by the DOHMH of places in which children identified with elevated blood lead levels routinely visit and the regulation of lead-based paint hazards in facilities providing day care services, and to repeal subchapter 1 of chapter 9 of title 17IntroductionThis bill would Require DOHMH to investigate the potential sources of elevated blood lead levels in children, including an inspection of any dwelling where a child with an elevated blood lead level spends 10 or more hours per week. This bill would also add to existing lead hazard remediation requirements for facilities providing day care services, requiring them to post notices describing any order to remediate a lead hazard, and to remediate such hazard within 21 days. This bill would also implicate a building owner’s responsibility to investigate and remediate a lead hazard when a child spends 10 or more hours per week in one of their units.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 0464-2018 *Daniel Dromm   Investigation by the DOHMH of places in which children identified with elevated blood lead levels routinely visit and the regulation of lead-based paint hazards in facilities providing day care services, and to repeal subchapter 1 of chapter 9 of title 17IntroductionThis bill would Require DOHMH to investigate the potential sources of elevated blood lead levels in children, including an inspection of any dwelling where a child with an elevated blood lead level spends 10 or more hours per week. This bill would also add to existing lead hazard remediation requirements for facilities providing day care services, requiring them to post notices describing any order to remediate a lead hazard, and to remediate such hazard within 21 days. This bill would also implicate a building owner’s responsibility to investigate and remediate a lead hazard when a child spends 10 or more hours per week in one of their units.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0464-2018 BDaniel Dromm   Investigation by the DOHMH of places in which children identified with elevated blood lead levels routinely visit and the regulation of lead-based paint hazards in facilities providing day care services, and to repeal subchapter 1 of chapter 9 of title 17IntroductionThis bill would Require DOHMH to investigate the potential sources of elevated blood lead levels in children, including an inspection of any dwelling where a child with an elevated blood lead level spends 10 or more hours per week. This bill would also add to existing lead hazard remediation requirements for facilities providing day care services, requiring them to post notices describing any order to remediate a lead hazard, and to remediate such hazard within 21 days. This bill would also implicate a building owner’s responsibility to investigate and remediate a lead hazard when a child spends 10 or more hours per week in one of their units.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available