CDPH refuses to provide dates of when children were tested or results, claiming doing so would violate their privacy.
CDPH tells Capital & Main only one child has tested positive for lead poisoning. CDPH says only 61 of the 156 children known to have visited Sweet’s Gymnastics have been tested.
Thirteen families still have not been contacted by CDPH and Santa Clara County.
The letter is finalized, leaving out reference to the gun range. Santa Clara County says it mailed letters on “rolling basis” in May after officials reached parents by phone.
CDPH and Santa Clara County draft a letter advising parents of children who attended Sweet’s Gymnastics that they may want to have them examined for lead exposure, as a result of contamination found in the next-door gun range.
Santa Clara County Department of Public Health closes Target Masters West and Sweet’s Gymnastics.
CDPH and Santa Clara County find major lead contamination inside Target Masters West and lead dust coating surfaces inside Sweet’s Gymnasium.
DTSC finds high concentrations of lead particulate on Target Masters West’s roof and at front door of Sweet’s Gymnasium.
Capital & Main alerts the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) about the possible gun range contamination.
Capital & Main alerts the California Dept. of Public Health (CDPH) about potential lead contamination of the Target Masters West gun range in Milpitas, CA.