As mentioned above:
[PH2] said the law could create entrepreneurial opportunities for people to become inspectors.
A local official will probably claim that Toledo could become the Silicon Valley or the Saudi Arabia of lead inspectors.
Also from today's Blade story:
“We do have a lead problem in the city, and I am trying to address it,” Mr. Ludeman said.
Lead paint in old dwellings has been an issue for decades. Ludeman has been on Toledo city council for decades. He was first elected to clowncil in 1993.
The most successful path to failure is a politician trying to solve a problem.
Coffee issues at the Toledo Farmers Market - Oct 4, 2014 - Oct 04, 2014
Larry Sykes and Toledo politics - May 2014 - May 29, 2014
Tt post aug 18 2015 - b - Aug 18, 2015
Tt post apr 30 2016 - Apr 30, 2016
Feb 20, 2015 - Interesting but not surprising observations by Toledo Blade columnist Keith Burris - Feb 20, 2015