Washtenaw County is a natural radon hotspot, and local experts suggest testing your home to be safe
There are 1 comment on the Ann Arbor.com story from Apr 21, 2011, titled Washtenaw County is a natural radon hotspot, and local experts suggest testing your home to be safe. In it, Ann Arbor.com reports that:
Renovations are ongoing inside Ann Arbor's city hall, where high radon levels were recorded in the basement where police officers worked for many years until recently.
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#1 Apr 21, 2011
Wow! This is alarming. I just moved to Ann Arbor. I got a used car at http://autos.mlive.com/used_cars/style/washte...
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