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Home health hazards target of $1.5M grant to Schenectady County

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Schenectady County has received a $1.5 million state grant to go into city neighborhoods and reduce environmental housing hazards linked to illness and injury. “This funding will allow county public health nurses to continue to reach directly into the community to work with families and other residents to reduce environmental health hazards,” Legislature Vice Chairwoman Karen Johnson, who heads the Health and Human Services Committee, said in a news release, Following the awarding of the ...


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tonijean613
May 29, 2014
6:05 p.m.

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Does the county really need to waste money giving residents free cleaning supplies?
is that a joke? how about simply teaching them what it means to be clean, how to clean and have a dust free, and mildew/mold free, clutter free home?

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