More radon testing to begin this fall in East Aurora school buildings; no immediate health concerns, officials say
Eight East Aurora School District buildings that reported above-normal radon levels will undergo long-term testing to determine if the gas levels detected are a concern.
The follow-up radon testing will take longer than the testing conducted earlier in the year, school district officials said at Monday’s school board meeting. The testing would begin at the end of the month and continue through May. According to board documents, the cost for the follow-up testing is $4,525.