Violation Tracker Individual Record
The Illinois Attorney General, the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Housing & Urban Development along with Cook County and the City of Chicago settled a case with three Chicago-area landlords for the alleged failure to warn tenants that their homes may contain lead-based paint hazards. Wolin-Levin, Inc., East Lake Management and Development Corp., and Oak Park Real Estate, Inc., paid civil penalties of $90,000, of which $24,000 went to the State of Illinois. Wolin-Levin paid $100,000 to the Chicago Health Department as part of a child health improvement project. East Lake paid $77,000 to a community-based health center to provide free blood lead testing for children.