In partnership with the Michigan Child Lead Exposure Elimination Commission (CLEEC) the Kent County Health Department (KCHD) will host two public forums to gather public input on the commission’s five-year action plan.
Don’t look now, but the old Grand Rapids Public Museum building is turning into a high school. Dozens of workers are busily transforming the former museum at 54 Jefferson Ave. SE into a new high school. Come this fall, the ninth grade of Grand Rapids Public Museum Schoolwill begin classes there, expanding the program now housing 180 sixth- through eighth-graders at the Van Andel Museum Center overlooking the Grand River
If you live in the City of Grand Rapids – and especially if your home was built before 1978 – read this: You probably have lead in the paint inside and outside your home. Lead is bad – especially for kids, babies and pregnant women. It causes brain damage and learning disabilities.