POLLUTION RANKINGS|Lead Hazards| By County
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Counties with Potential Lead Hazards
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Rank County Number of housing units
1.CUYAHOGA 30,000
2.HAMILTON 15,000
3.FRANKLIN 9,400
4.LUCAS 9,200
5.SUMMIT 7,000
6.MONTGOMERY 6,700
7.STARK 4,600
8.MAHONING 4,300
9.TRUMBULL 2,900
10.LORAIN 2,400
11.BUTLER 2,200
12.SCIOTO 2,100
13.CLARK 2,000
14.COLUMBIANA 2,000
15.ATHENS 1,900
16.ASHTABULA 1,900
17.BELMONT 1,900
18.JEFFERSON 1,800
19.ALLEN 1,700
20.RICHLAND 1,700
21.TUSCARAWAS 1,400
22.MUSKINGUM 1,400
23.PORTAGE 1,200
24.LICKING 1,200
25.WOOD 1,200
26.ROSS 1,000
27.LAWRENCE 1,000
28.SENECA 970
29.GUERNSEY 940
30.MARION 940
31.WAYNE 930
32.MIAMI 920
33.CRAWFORD 920
34.ERIE 900
35.LAKE 860
36.WASHINGTON 830
37.GREENE 800
38.SANDUSKY 780
39.FAIRFIELD 750
40.HURON 740
41.HARDIN 730
42.HANCOCK 710
43.JACKSON 710
44.DARKE 690
45.KNOX 690
46.ASHLAND 680
47.MEIGS 630
48.HIGHLAND 630
49.LOGAN 620
50.PERRY 620