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WILLIAMS COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH: Board Hears Annual Lead Report

PHOTO BY ANNA WOZNIAK / THE VILLAGE REPORTERLEAD REPORT … During the lead report, it was shared that “there is no safe amount of lead when it comes to children. They are like sponges when it comes to the stuff, and it has extremely detrimental short and long term effects.”

By: Anna Wozniak
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
anna@thevillagereporter.com

The Williams County Board of Health met on March 26, 2024 at 7 p.m. They first agreed to approve a variance request from Garret Trausch, to allow for an extension of educati…


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