what is the minimal distance away from the lead exposure from Exide Technologies to be regarded "safe"?

Asked by Lovely Boddy, Frisco, TX Tue Nov 23, 2010

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Scott Johnson, Agent, Richardson, TX
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Mack Borchardt used to be the Fire Chief in Frisco and is a friend of mine. Mack has been in charge of cleaning up the Exide location. If you would like more information about this plant and the clean up effort I can put you in touch with him.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me at any of the links below,

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Michael Brow…, Agent, Allen, TX
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Here is some great info from The City of Frisco about Exide.

http://www.friscotexas.gov/communication/Pages/ExideTechnolo…
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Wed Nov 24, 2010
These types of questions a Realtor can direct you resource(s) for you obtain your data HOWEVER any comment made by an agent is considered "hear say" Therefore you obtain all factual data required from experts

1. Contact City of Frisco
2. Local published media - newspaper OR magazine
3. Google search
4. Contact the company direct.

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Bruce Lynn, Agent, Coppell, TX
Tue Nov 23, 2010
It depends on your definition of safe.
These days it just seems like you have to live life to the fullest.
You just can't be 100% safe from the food you eat, you beverages you drink, the pharmaceuticals, the environment, the sun, radiation exposure from flying, and almost anything else we do or intake.
If it is a big concern, live in a different city, but that's not to say there are not risks there too.
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Judi Wright, Agent, Dallas, TX
Tue Nov 23, 2010
As a realtor, I don't think we have the necessary scientific training to give you a good answer to this, but the Dallas Morning News had a pretty good set of articles with some areas outlined that had higher readings than others. You could get these articles from their archives and possibly contact the editorial writer to get more information.

I hope this helps. Frisco is an awesome community and I believe you will find the answers you need from checking with the city and/or the newspaper.

Judi
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