An Onondaga County grand jury has filed criminal charges against seven Syracuse landlords for failing to fix lead paint violations at their rental properties. Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick said the grand jury investigation into lead paint violations was sparked by a 2016 syracuse.com/Post-Standard story about a rental home at 119 Kellogg St. in Syracuse that flunked lead paint tests more than 20 times. A woman with nine children used to live in the house. Two of her children have tested positive for lead poisoning.
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Grand Jury Report of Lead Paint Investigation