By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR — A random inspection by a team from the state OSHA division last month found some violations in the Public Works and Recreation departments and Town Hall.
The violations included chipped, lead-based paint at Town Hall, a lack of policies on blood-borne pathogens for recreation employees, and no safety fencing at the transfer station at the Public Works Department.
However, First Selectman Paul Roy said this week that the town hasn’t been fined for any of the violations, which he said were mostly “minor.” Roy also stressed that the inspection was not prompted by any complaints from residents.
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