I read with interest a small article (May 26) about requiring radon tests in apartment buildings being done during or by the year 2012. If that bill becomes law, then what will be done if radon is found in apartment buildings?
Who will ultimately pay for radon cleanups? Where will people in buildings with radon be relocated? Shouldn’t overpasses, tunnels, alleys and caves in the mountains, where many might have to move to, also be tested?
Next, test all state buildings and every public place. The radon bill sounds like a great idea, but no foresight for the consequences.
Stephen Tague, New Sharon


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