Coalition To Prevent Lead Poisoning (Cplp) Collection

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Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (CPLP) collection
Creator: Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (Rochester, N.Y.)
Call Number: D.458
Dates: 1999-2013, 2016-
Physical Description: 19 boxes, 3 Posters
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Subject(s)
Processing Information
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Series I. Organizational files
Subseries I. Administration
Subseries II. Sub-committees
Subseries III. Policies and plans
Subseries IV: Meeting minutes and notes
Subseries V: Correspondence and email
Subseries VI. Fiduciary/administrative agent candidates
Subseries VII. News and press releases
Subseries VIII. Conferences and presentations
Subseries IX: Data and papers
Subseries X. Human resources
Subseries XI. Membership
Series II. Outreach, partnerships, and projects
Subseries I: Center for Governmental Research (CGR)
Subseries II: Federal agencies
Subseries III: New York State and New York State Lead Poisoning Advisory Council
Subseries IV: Monroe County, Rochester, and other local programs and partnerships
Subseries V: Politicians
Subseries VI. Grants
Subseries VII. Promotional materials
Subseries VIII: Forms
Series III. Websites
Collection Overview
Title: Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (CPLP) collection
Creator: Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (Rochester, N.Y.)
Call Number: D.458
Dates: 1999-2013, 2016-
Physical Description: 19 boxes, 3 Posters
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
The Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (CPLP) is a non-profit advocacy organization in Rochester, N.Y. whose mission is to educate and empower the community to prevent childhood lead poisoning. The organization's membership includes leaders from across the community, working together to create policies, evaluate best practices, and educate Monroe County residents on preventing exposure to lead paint. The organization has also been known by the names Lead Free is Best for Me, Rochester Lead Free Coalition and the Lead Free Rochester Coalition.

In the Fall of 2000, representatives of the public relations firm, Hill and Knowlton, came to Rochester with funds from the paint industry. They were searching for organizations they could support in developing action against childhood lead poisoning. Around the same time, various members of urban communities were becoming more aware of the effects of childhood lead poisoning, such as Principal Ralph Spezio who had noticed the alarming number of elementary students suffering from learning disabilities and other related effects.

With the funds provided by the public relations firm, Dr. Andrew Doniger, Director of the Monroe County Health Department, reached out to the community to find an organization that might be encouraged to form a coalition of community leaders to raise public awareness of the problem of childhood lead poisoning. Dr. Doniger arranged a meeting with Arthur Collier, CEO of the Rochester Primary Care Network, and they attracted the attention and support of a recently retired pediatrician, Dr. David Broadbent, who was eager to meet with like-minded individuals in urban Rochester. Dr. Broadbent, Principal Spezio and several other community leaders were instrumental in communicating the message of the Coalition and educating community members about the dangers of lead poisoning.

In 2004, the Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency became the fiduciary agent for CPLP and the employer of the organization's two staff members. All board members and organizational members are volunteers from the community.

Scope and Content
The Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning collection is comprised of two main series. The first series, Organizational Files, contains correspondence, meeting minutes and other papers related to the administration of the organization and its subcommittees during the years 2000-2004. The second series, Outreach, holds content related to CPLP's work in the community, on projects, and applying for grants during the years 2000-2004. In addition to manuscripts, the Outreach series also includes a CD-ROM for which CPLP was a partner, as well as a t-shirt and posters. A 2013 accrual to the collection consists of minutes, initatives, correspondence, New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention material, reports, data, articles and clippings, floppy discs, and CDs (1999-2013). The Websites series (2016-ongoing) contains archived websites created by or about the organization.

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Rochester
New York (State)--Monroe County
Lead poisoning in children--Prevention
Correspondence
Minutes (Records)
Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (Rochester, N.Y.)
Processing Information
This collection was processed by Marcy Strong and Kristen Totleben in Spring 2013. Finding aid written by Marcy Strong and Kristen Totleben in July 2013.Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was the gift of the Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning, 2012. Boxes 6-13 are part of an accrual from 2013. Further accruals are expected.Access
The Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (CPLP) collection is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (CPLP) collection, D.458, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (Rochester, N.Y.)

Get the lead out . WXXI, 2005. VHS.

Subject headings

Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning (Rochester, N.Y.)

Lead poisoning in children--New York (State)--Rochester--Prevention.

Lead poisoning in children--New York (State)--Monroe County--Prevention.

Rochester (N.Y.)--Environmental conditions.

Monroe County (N.Y.)--Environmental conditions.


Administrative Information
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Content List
Series I. Organizational files
Subseries I. Administration
Box 1, Folder 1Constitution and bylaws (drafts), 2002
Box 1, Folder 2Goals and objectives
Box 9, Folder 5Vision, mission and guiding principles of the Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning
Box 17, Folder 2Principles of the Coalition to End Lead Poisoning in New York State, September 16, 2002
Box 7, Folder 21Working principles, drafts 2 and 4, 2012
Box 8, Folder 2Working principles, final version, June 6, 2012
Box 1, Folder 3Community outreach goals, 2004
Box 16, Folder 6Financial record, April-August, 2005
Box 16, Folder 11;
Box 17, Folder 22
Annual reports, 2008-2009, 2011
Subseries II. Sub-committees
Box 7, Folder 27Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention, roster, 2011-2012
Box 1, Folder 11Executive Committee meeting minutes, 2001-2002
Box 1, Folder 12Executive Committee meeting correspondence, 2001-2002
Box 1, Folder 13"Downstream costs of childhood lead poisoning to New York State" by Katrina Korfmacher- for the Executive Committee, 2002
Box 1, Folder 14Government Relations Committee goals and objectives, 2001
Box 1, Folder 15Government Relations Committee meeting minutes, 2001
Box 1, Folder 16Government Relations Committee, Chapman v. Silber Court Brief, 2001
Box 1, Folder 17Government Relations Committee correspondence, 2001-2002
Box 1, Folder 18Housing Committee correspondence, 2001-2002
Box 1, Folder 19Housing Committee reports
Box 4, Folder 7Lead Paint Law and Policy Round Table, November 2001
Box 10, Folder 27Priority Planning Committee report, March 2006
Box 1, Folder 20Public Communications Committee correspondence, 2001-2002
Box 1, Folder 21Public Communications Committee events, 2002
Box 1, Folder 22Public Communications Committee goals, 2001
Box 1, Folder 23Public Communications Committee meeting minutes and notes, 2001
Box 1, Folder 24Public Communications Committee reports, 2001-2002
Box 8, Folder 15Quality/Performance Improvement Committee, meeting agenda, December 11, 2007
Box 15, Folder 7Screening and Professional Education Committee meeting minutes, February 1, 2005
Box 10, Folder 1Strategic Planning and Executive Committee meeting notes, February 3, 2009
Box 1, Folder 25Testing Committee minutes and correspondence, 2001
Box 15, Folder 9Form letter from Testing and Professional Education Committee, February 16, 2005
Box 1, Folder 26Web Page Committee meetings, 2002
Subseries III. Policies and plans
Box 2, Folder 1Strategic action plan, executive summary, 2003
Box 2, Folder 2Strategic action plan, implementation, 2003
Box 2, Folder 3Strategic action plan, participation
Box 2, Folder 4Policy agenda, 2004
Box 2, Folder 5Communications plan and correspondence, 2003
Box 9, Folder 18Strategies and planning documents, 2008-2010
Box 15, Folder 21Strategic planning notes
Box 6, Folder 5Lead Ordinance Amendment, May 2013
Box 8, Folder 6Amendment proposal, email correspondence and data related to certificate of occupancy and Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention, 2013
Subseries IV: Meeting minutes and notes
Box 1, Folder 6-7Meeting minutes, 2001-2002
Box 7, Folder 13Coalition meeting agenda and related documents, June 5, 2001
Box 1, Folder 10Notes, 2001-2002
Box 12, Folder 5Announcements and meeting notes, 2003
Box 12, Folder 25Board of Directors meeting agenda, September 21, 2004
Box 12, Folder 16Meeting agenda, October 5, 2004 and December 7, 2004 and objectives for 2005
Box 15, Folder 16Meeting agenda, December 6, 2004
Box 16, Folder 32Update from Coalition to End Lead Poisoning in New York State, 2005
Box 14, Folder 13Meeting minutes and related documents, June 21, 2005
Box 13, Folder 4Meeting agenda and notes, July 12, 2005
Box 15, Folder 29Meeting minutes, August 20, 2005
Box 16, Folder 1Meeting minutes for Coalition to End Lead Poisoning in New York State, September 8, 2005
Box 15, Folder 32;
Box 16, Folder 23
Meeting minutes, September 20, 2005
Box 16, Folder 24Board of Directors, meeting minutes agenda, October 18, 2005
Box 16, Folder 25Coalition to End Lead Poisoning in New York State, meeting agenda, November 3, 2005
Box 8, Folder 24Meeting minutes, November 13, 2007
Box 9, Folder 4Board meeting minutes, December 17, 2007 and meeting minutes, December 11, 2007
Box 8, Folder 16Meeting agendas, December 18, 2007, January 8, 2008 and January 15, 2008
Box 17, Folder 18Meeting minutes, January 13, 2008, 2009-March 9, 2010
Box 10, Folder 17Handwritten notes and meeting minutes, April 15, 2008
Box 9, Folder 23Meeting minutes, October 14, 2008 and November 18, 2008
Box 17, Folder 19Board meeting minutes, 2009-February 16, 2010
Box 9, Folder 20Meeting agenda, January 20, 2009
Box 10, Folder 12Meeting minutes, February 10, 2009
Box 17, Folder 12Board of Directors meeting minutes, October 20, 2009 and March 26, 2010
Box 13, Folder 5Lead poisoning prevention update, circa 2010
Box 16, Folder 20Board of Directors meeting minutes, July 20 and October 19, 2010
Box 16, Folder 21Meeting minutes, October 12 and December 14, 2010; April 26, 2011
Box 13, Folder 6Board of Directors meeting minutes, January 8, 2011
Box 14, Folder 9Steering committee meeting, July 26, 2011
Box 8, Folder 14Meeting minutes, April and May 2012
Box 7, Folder 16Meeting minutes, August 14, 2012
Box 7, Folder 2Meeting minutes, December 11, 2012 and January 8, 2013
Box 6, Folder 6Meeting minutes, March 12, 2013
Box 9, Folder 21Notes for meeting of January 25, no year
Box 10, Folder 4Handwritten notes related to lead poisoning prevention supporters
Box 16, Folder 2Draft agenda items, undated
Box 13, Folder 7;
Box 16, Folder 5
Suggested agenda items, undated
Subseries V: Correspondence and email
Box 1, Folder 8-9Correspondence, 2001-2002
Box 12, Folder 19;
Box 14, Folder 12;
Box 16, Folder 8
Email correspondence among group members, 2001, 2004-2005, 2009
Box 16, Folder 9Letter and copy of action filed on behalf of Coalition, 2001
Box 16, Folder 7Letters, fliers, and advocacy materials related to the Lead Law and Policy Roundtable, 2001-2002
Box 7, Folder 9Email correspondence, April 2001
Box 12, Folder 2Emails, letters and data related to housing code initiative, 2003
Box 12, Folder 6Email correspondence and news articles related to Housing and Urban Development initiative, 2003
Box 12, Folder 10Email correspondence related to possible funding sources, 2003
Box 10, Folder 25Email correspondence and data related to lowering blood lead levels in children, April 26, 2003
Box 5, Folder 6Correspondence related to community outreach, 2003-2004
Box 10, Folder 23Correspondence with Paul Bayer, Assistant Attorney General for New York State, August 11, 2004
Box 16, Folder 31Email correspondence, December 2004 and November 2005
Box 15, Folder 13Emails, 2005
Box 15, Folder 27Emails, draft legislation related to 2005 Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention and Safe Housing Act
Box 15, Folder 23Email from Art Collier, January 18, 2005
Box 12, Folder 18Letters to Rachel DeLong, Director of Child and Adolescent Health, January 20, 2005 and February 10, 2006
Box 8, Folder 18Letter from David Broadbent to Rachel De Long, Director of Child and Adolescent Health, February 10, 2005
Box 12, Folder 22Letter to David Broadbent reappointing him to Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, February 7, 2005
Box 15, Folder 24Emails related to May 2005 New York State Advisory Council meeting
Box 15, Folder 5Thank you letter to Joe from David Broadbent regarding Ralph Spezio visit, June 6, 2005
Box 15, Folder 30Emails exchanged with Jeannette Flynn-weiss, September 2005
Box 17, Folder 5Draft letters to Dr. Gutherie Birkhead, November 4, 2005
Box 12, Folder 20Letter from David Broadbent to Tom Carroll, New York State Department of Health, May 4, 2006
Box 11, Folder 8Email correspondence, notes and data related to blood lead levels screening, 2007
Box 11, Folder 4Form letters and responses to lead poisoning threat in toys initiative, August 17, 2007
Box 11, Folder 9Email from David Broadbent related to Fisher Price and Mattel toy recall, August 20, 2007
Box 11, Folder 6Email correspondence related to 2008 Action Plan, September 6, 2007
Box 9, Folder 12Email correspondence, agenda and initiatives related to Board retreat, November 15, 2007
Box 9, Folder 17Correspondence, articles and data related to changing airborne lead standards, 2008
Box 10, Folder 19Email correspondence, notes and agenda items related to New York State Advisory Board meeting, 2008
Box 10, Folder 7Email correspondence from Russ Haven, Legislative Council, March 20, 2008
Box 10, Folder 9Email correspondence from Deborah Ajewole, March 25, 2008
Box 10, Folder 2Email correspondence, agenda for Board Meeting and meeting minutes, April 2008
Box 10, Folder 15Email correspondence from Stanley Schaffer, April 8, 2008
Box 10, Folder 8Letter to Commissioner Richard Daines, New York State Department of Health, April 18, 2008
Box 10, Folder 5Email correspondence from Jane Chase to David Broadbent and Esther Denaro Maltege, May 5, 2008
Box 10, Folder 16Email correspondence related to upcoming meeting, June 17, 2008
Box 10, Folder 13Email correspondence related to Children's Institute Board of Directors, July 9, 2008
Box 10, Folder 18Email correspondence from David Broadbent related to strategic planning, August 18, 2008
Box 10, Folder 20Email from David Broadbent to Kathleen Wagner, August 21, 2008
Box 8, Folder 19Email exchange related to Under-10 Work Group, September 20, 2008
Box 8, Folder 28Email correspondence, draft appeals, data and newspaper articles related to advocacy campaign, September 2008
Box 8, Folder 25Email correspondence from Stanley Schaffer, November 19, 2008
Box 9, Folder 26Email correspondence and notes from primary prevention meeting, November 20, 2008
Box 9, Folder 24Draft letter to Valence Grey, Assistant Deputy Secretary Health and Human Services, December 1, 2008
Box 9, Folder 25Email correspondence from Stanley Shaffer related to brochure for healthcare providers, December 3, 2008
Box 7, Folder 24Correspondence, change and meeting agenda related to lead poisoning prevention, 2009
Box 9, Folder 15Correspondence and appeals related to New York State budget proposals, 2009
Box 14, Folder 7Emails, notes and a newspaper clipping related to lead-paint remediation bill, 2009
Box 10, Folder 10Email correspondence, proposals and articles related to 2009 stimulus package
Box 15, Folder 11Emails related to upcoming New York State Advisory Council meetings, 2009 and 2011
Box 17, Folder 24Correspondence related to David Broadbent's appointment to the Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, 2009
Box 17, Folder 25-26Emails and notes related to advocacy campaigns, 2009-2010
Box 9, Folder 27Email correspondence related to lead funding, January 2009
Box 10, Folder 11Email correspondence related to upcoming meeting, February 24, 2009
Box 8, Folder 1Email correspondence, July 2009
Box 13, Folder 2Email from Stanley Schaffer to David Broadbent, April 6, 2010
Box 16, Folder 18Email from Elizabeth McDade, July 15, 2010
Box 16, Folder 15Email fragment, March 9, 2011
Box 13, Folder 9Email exchanges, news articles and press releases, 2011
Box 7, Folder 28Email correspondence, August 2012
Box 12, Folder 23Notes and email fragments
Box 15, Folder 6Phone message note for David Broadbent from Kimberly Ocampo, on behalf of Benjamin Moore, undated
Box 15, Folder 8Letter to Dr. Birkhead and Mr. [Tramontano?]
Box 15, Folder 17Unsigned letter to Dr. Birkhead and Mr. Tramontano
Box 15, Folder 14Draft appeal letters to gain support for lead poison prevention
Subseries VI. Fiduciary/administrative agent candidates
Box 2, Folder 6Fiduciary/administrative agent candidate: Action for a Better Community (ABC)
Box 2, Folder 7Fiduciary/administrative agent candidate: Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency (FLHSA)
Box 2, Folder 8Fiduciary/administrative agent candidate: United Way
Box 2, Folder 9Selection criteria for fiduciary/administrative agent, 2003-2004
Box 16, Folder 4Agreement specifying the Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency as fiduciary and administrative agent for Coalition
Subseries VII. News and press releases
Box 6, Folder 15;
Box 7, Folder 7;
Box 8, Folder 13
Issues of Alliance Alert newsletter, 1999-2001
Three issues dated March/April 1999, November/December 2000, April 2001

Box 2, Folder 10Democrat & Chronicle "Lead poisoning" article archive, 1999-2004
Box 2, Folder 11Local news articles
Box 2, Folder 12Local newsletters
Box 8, Folder 12News articles, 2000
Box 18Newspaper clippings, 2000, 2003, 2005-2011, 2013
Box 12, Folder 11News articles, 2002-2006
Box 17, Folder 7News articles, 2003, 2008
Box 8, Folder 21Articles and presentations related to lead poisoning prevention, circa 2004
Box 14, Folder 6News articles related to advocacy and health effects of lead, 2005 and 2011
Box 8, Folder 22Newspaper clippings, 2007
Box 7, Folder 17-18News articles, March 6, 2009, July 18, 2009, 2012
Box 2, Folder 13Press releases, 2002
Box 12, Folder 1Press release, emails and news articles related to Governor Spitzer's veto of lead jewelry bill, August 29, 2007
Box 10, Folder 14Article and press release, Greater Rochester Health Foundation award, May 5, 2008
Box 16, Folder 17Press release, June 28, 2011
Box 14, Folder 8Press release, November 7, 2011
Box 7, Folder 15Press release, June 21, 2012
Subseries VIII. Conferences and presentations
Box 4, Folder 4Lead Free Summit, 2000
Box 7, Folder 5Lead Free Summit notes, submitted by Mel Walczak, November 1, 2000
Box 4, Folder 10Sierra Club Environmental Forum, April 2002
Box 4, Folder 11Community Lead Summit, June 2004
Box 4, Folder 13Presentations
This folder contains paper presentations, as well as a CD-ROM with audio and Powerpoint files.

Box 4, Folder 14Correspondence related to presentations, 2001-2002
Box 6, Folder 2National Lead Grantee conference, 2000
Box 6, Folder 3National conference of state legislatures
Box 6, Folder 8Eliminating Health Disparities Conference program, 2000
Box 8, Folder 9Lead conference 2000 attendees
Box 8, Folder 7Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Conference, Rochester, September 26, 2000
Box 6, Folder 9National Lead-Safe Housing and Indoor Environment Conference and Expo, May 15-18, 2001
Box 7, Folder 8Agenda related to trip to Syracuse and Lead Prevention Program, 2001
Box 12, Folder 14Poster session presentation outline, American Public Health Association, 2002
Box 12, Folder 3Draft program for Northeast Regional Conference, 2003
Box 16, Folder 30Agenda and presentations related to Safe + Healthy Homes Community meeting, June 22, 2005
Box 7, Folder 25American Academy of Pediatrics Board of Directors meeting, New York Chapter, October 21, 2009
Box 17, Folder 11Retreat planning notes, April 7, 2010
Box 17, Folder 13Retreat announcement, May 13, no year
Box 8, Folder 3Annual meeting agenda and presentation, June 19, 2012
Box 9, Folder 19Presentation notes prepared by Ralph Spezio and David Broadbent for the St. John Men's Group
Box 16, Folder 26Outline for lead screening discussion, November 20, 2008
Box 16, Folder 27Outline for childhood lead poisoning - primary prevention work group, November 20, 2008
Box 16, Folder 22Lead's Effects on Children, presentation given by Stanley Schaffer, M.D. University of Rochester
Box 17, Folder 17Challenges and approaches for improving lead testing rates, presentation given by Stanley Schaffer
Box 19Lead Poisoning Prevention Resource Center; Presentations about a project
This CD-recordable disc contains two top level folders. One is titled: A Lead Poisoning Prevention Resource Center and the other is titled Presentations About a Project. Both folders were last modified on April 22, 2003. Due to their files name or format, several files could not be transfered from the cd, selected files have been transfered and can be made available electronically

Box 19Presentations
This CD-RW contains 6 presentations created in Microsoft Office Powerpoint. These files have not been transfered from the CD.

Subseries IX: Data and papers
Box 8, Folder 10Lead screening data, Monroe County, 1993-1999
Box 9, Folder 22Screening data, 1996-2008
Box 6, Folder 14Medicaid lead screening data, 1999
Box 17, Folder 8"Intellectual impairment in children with blood lead concentration below 10pg per deciliter," New England Journal of Medicine, April 17, 2003
Box 17, Folder 3Online resources list, 2004
Box 15, Folder 18Comparison chart of lead prevention proposals, February 1, 2005
Box 15, Folder 2"Lead it's still here," by David Broadbent, published in New York State Pediatrician, Spring 2005
Box 7, Folder 19Lead screening data for upstate New York towns. "New Era of Lead Poisoning Prevention" by David Broadbent, 2008
Box 8, Folder 17New York State Lead Poisoning Statistics by county, 2008
Box 9, Folder 9Email correspondence related to blood screening levels, February 1, 2008
Box 9, Folder 10Agenda and educational materials related to blood screening levels, February 25, 2008
Box 7, Folder 23"Childhood Lead Poisoning in 2009," by David Broadbent
Box 7, Folder 26Calculation of lead screening rates, Monroe County, 2009
Box 16, Folder 19Draft 2 of survey, 2010
Box 14, Folder 10Chart with data of children newly identified with venous or fingerstick blood lead levels greater or equal to ten, 2010
Box 8, Folder 5"Are local laws the key to ending childhood lead poisoning" by Katrina Korfmacher and Michael Hanley, 2013
Box 15, Folder 12"Low-level lead toxicity - is it real?" unknown authored white paper, undated
Box 17, Folder 16"Lead and delinquency," Unknown author
Box 8, Folder 11Using data for policy analysis and reform, worksheet, University of Rochester
Subseries X. Human resources
The material in this sub-series is restricted.

Box 3, Folder 1Job candidates
Box 3, Folder 2Performance evaluations
Box 3, Folder 3Job descriptions
Box 12, Folder 13Communications Coordinator job description and organizational structure notes, November 2002
Subseries XI. Membership
The material in this sub-series is restricted.

Box 3, Folder 4Address book
Box 3, Folder 5Membership commitment and volunteer forms
Box 3, Folder 6Membership correspondence and notes
Box 3, Folder 7Membership lists, 2004
Box 3, Folder 8Monthly meeting attendance, 2004
Box 3, Folder 9Postcard contact list
Box 1, Folder 4Roster of Coalition members
Box 15, Folder 22Member sign up forms
Box 19RFLC leaders roster, February 4, 2002
Saved on a Viking office products 2 HD IBM formatted 3/1 inch floppy disc

Box 1, Folder 5Photographs of Coalition members
Box 13, Folder 1Photographs of unidentified persons
2 photographs

Series II. Outreach, partnerships, and projects
Subseries I: Center for Governmental Research (CGR)
Box 4, Folder 15Center for Governmental Research (CGR): a strategy to reduce the incidence of lead poisoning among children in Monroe County, 2001
Box 4, Folder 16CGR draft report: Lead poisoning among young children in Monroe County, April 2002
Box 4, Folder 17CGR report: A lead poisoning among young children in Monroe County, May 2002
Box 4, Folder 18CGR Closeup newsletter
Box 4, Folder 19Correspondence with CGR
Subseries II: Federal agencies
Box 7, Folder 4Center for Disease Control (CDC): Screening Young Children for Lead Poisoning guide, 1997
Box 6, Folder 12Center for Disease Control (CDC) strategic plan for elimination of childhood lead poisoning, 2001
Box 15, Folder 4Preliminary comments on Lead Elimination Plan submitted to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, June 2004
Box 7, Folder 6CDC's Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention and Surveillance Grant Programs, key contacts list
Box 6, Folder 10Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guides for testing for lead in your home
Box 8, Folder 20List of government agencies and private groups and their support of lead poisoning prevention
Box 8, Folder 8Goals and notes related to President Clinton's lead poisoning elimination program
Box 8, Folder 4Nomination materials for Milton and Ruth Roemer Prize for Creative Public Health Work, 2011
Subseries III: New York State and New York State Lead Poisoning Advisory Council
Box 12, Folder 4Program for Tenth annual New York State Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Conference, October 3, 2003
Box 15, Folder 20New York State lead poisoning elimination plan, 2004
Box 15, Folder 15New York State Department of Health, "Eliminating childhood lead poisoning in New York State by 2010", June 2004
Box 14, Folder 1Conference materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, June 22, 2004
Box 10, Folder 22Agenda, copies of presentations from New York State Advisory Board meeting, June 22, 2004
Box 12, Folder 21Lead poisoning resolution of Medical Society of the State of New York, 2005
Box 11, Folder 7New York State Advisory Council Lead Poisoning Prevention, annual report, 2005
Box 16, Folder 29Materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention meeting, July 28, 2005
Box 9, Folder 2Correspondence from New York State Governor's office related to David Broadbent's participation on the Advisory Council, 2006
Box 9, Folder 16Draft annual report for Advisory Council and meeting agenda, 2006
Box 9, Folder 11New York State Advisory Council draft minutes, March 15, 2007
Box 11, Folder 3New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council, program, notes and presentations, June 15, 2007
Box 11, Folder 1New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council, program notes and presentations, September 10, 2007
Box 11, Folder 5Conference program for Fourteenth Annual New York State Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Conference, October 5, 2007
Box 12, Folder 24Final report of New York State's primary preservation of Childhood Lead poisoning pilot program, 2008
Box 11, Folder 2New York State Lead Poisoning Advisory Council, program, notes and presentations, March 6, 2008
Box 8, Folder 26Minutes from conference call with New York State Attorney General's office, September 10, 2008
Box 8, Folder 27New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council, October 21, 2008
Box 17, Folder 14Resolution from Medical Society of New York State, 2009
Box 17, Folder 23New York State Task Force on the Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning, preliminary report, 2009
Box 14, Folder 2Conference agenda and materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, March 31, 2009
Box 13, Folder 10Conference agenda and materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, June 26, 2009
Box 13, Folder 11Conference agenda and materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, October 19, 2009
Box 14, Folder 5New York State Task Force on the Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning, final report, 2010
Box 14, Folder 3Conference materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, with presentation CD, May 25, 2010
Box 14, Folder 4Conference materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, October 5, 2010
Box 13, Folder 12Conference agenda and materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, April 27, 2011
Box 13, Folder 13Conference agenda and materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, April 19, 2012
Box 13, Folder 14Conference presentations and materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, October 3, 2012
Box 13, Folder 15Conference materials for New York State Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning Prevention, April 17, 2013
Box 6, Folder 13New York State Department of Health: Protecting our children from lead, the success of New York's efforts to prevent childhood lead poisoning, report
Box 7, Folder 22New York State Department of Health Lead Resource Centers
Box 9, Folder 28Note and article related to Department of Health lead poisoning initiative, November 26, 2008
Box 9, Folder 14Handwritten notes related to New York State Department of Health
Box 15, Folder 1Handwritten notes, Department of Health Meeting, from October, no year
Box 12, Folder 7New York State lead screening regulations
Box 15, Folder 25Contact information for New York State government officials
Box 15, Folder 31New York State Health Care Bureau "An Ounce of Prevention: Best Practices for Increasing Childhood Lead Screening by New York's Managed Care Plans," report
Box 17, Folder 6New York state medical referral form
Box 19Oneida Health Department
This CD contains 89 files from the folder: Oneida Health Department LPP that include pictures, Microsoft Office Word, Powerpoint and Publisher documents, as well as Adobe PDF documents and one MP3 file. These files were last modified on June 6, 2011. One file was modified on October 22, 2010.

Subseries IV: Monroe County, Rochester, and other local programs and partnerships
Box 4, Folder 5School 33, March 2001
Box 4, Folder 6Lead poisoning issues for the city of Rochester and Monroe County, September 2001
Box 4, Folder 8School 17 report to the community, 2001?
Box 4, Folder 9Kim Dietrich visit, March 2002
Box 4, Folder 12Nurse-based lead training program, 2004?
Box 4, Folder 21WXXI partnership
Box 4, Folder 22WXXI partnership: correspondence and notes
Box 5, Folder 1Project Believe: Healthiest community by 2020
Box 5, Folder 2Greater Rochester Health Foundation Lead Poisoning Prevention, 2007 (Lead Safe by 2010)
Box 5, Folder 3To End Childhood Lead Poisoning by 2010
Box 5, Folder 4United Way Public Policy Team review
Box 5, Folder 5Ordinance, Brighton
Box 6, Folder 7Community Reinvestment Act, description of program
Box 6, Folder 11Rochester Lead Free Coalition monthly meeting reporting and decision making process
Box 7, Folder 1Community Outreach Kit for Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Box 9, Folder 1Notes and documents mailed by the Children's Institute in Rochester, New York
Box 9, Folder 3Background materials and agenda for "Stopping Youth Violence: The Lead Connection," The Interfaith Center breakfast meeting, circa 2005
Box 9, Folder 6Center for Community Health, Rochester, New York, brochure
Box 10, Folder 6Neighborhoods Building Neighborhoods presentation
Box 10, Folder 21Program for Rochester Pediatric Society, April 1-2, 2008
Box 10, Folder 24Property Owners Group findings report, July 6, 2004
Box 12, Folder 8Childhood lead poisoning rates by neighborhood, Rochester, New York
Box 12, Folder 9City of Rochester lead hazard reduction program for rental properties, guidelines, 2003
Box 12, Folder 12Draft recommendation for lead free homes in Rochester, New York, 2002
Box 12, Folder 15Announcement for Get the Lead Out community meeting
Box 13, Folder 3Draft of the Generic Environmental Impact Statement for Rochester, New York, September 2005
Box 13, Folder 8Survey, notes, and emails related to Community Call to Action initiative, 2009
Box 14, Folder 11Let's make lead history summit, schedule and brochures, 2004
Box 15, Folder 3Form letter regarding city code, undated to Lois Giess, President of the Rochester City Council
Box 15, Folder 10"Analysis of dust wipe sampling in 1998-2001 Monroe County HUD grant" by Katrina Smith Korfmacher, November 4, 2004
Box 15, Folder 19Questions and answers sheet related to proposed lead poisoning prevention code
Box 16, Folder 10Prepared statement read before Rochester Council meeting, May 14, 2002
Box 16, Folder 12Monroe County and City of Rochester lead control programs report, 2009
Box 16, Folder 13Results of blood lead testing, Rochester, 2009-2010
Box 16, Folder 14Lead levels for children in Enrico Fermi School 17, 2010
Box 16, Folder 16"Living lead safe" in Rochester Review, July-August 2010
Box 16, Folder 28Distribution of elevated blood lead levels, Rochester, October 1, 1994-September 30, 1995
Box 17, Folder 4Area map, data and presentation for high risk areas, Rochester, 1993-2004
Box 17, Folder 9Agenda, promotional materials and remarks from Report to the Community oh Childhood Lead Poisoning, Enrico Fermi School #17, Rochester, 2001
Box 17, Folder 10Handout for meeting with Louis J. Giess, President of Rochester City Council, November 20, 2003
Box 17, Folder 20Monroe County Medical Society Public Health Committee meeting minutes, March 5, 2009
Subseries V: Politicians
Box 5, Folder 7Correspondence with Representative Louise Slaughter's Office, 2002
Box 5, Folder 8Correspondence with Senator Hillary Clinton's Office, 2002
Box 8, Folder 23Notes and materials related to Senator Alesi's visit, circa 2007
Subseries VI. Grants
Box 5, Folder 9Proposal for Kodak Corporate contribution, 2001-2002
Box 5, Folder 10HUD grant: Lead-based paint hazard reduction demonstration grant program, 2004
Box 5, Folder 11My environment, my health, my choices: health curriculum development
Box 9, Folder 7Grant application for Community and Pediatricians: Partners for Children
Subseries VII. Promotional materials
Box 4, Folder 1Handouts
Box 4, Folder 2"Let's Make Lead History" campaign logos
Box 4, Folder 3No lead paint wearable sign
Box 4aT-shirt
Flatfile 1Poster
Box 4, Folder 20Healthy home: environmental health hazards CD-ROM
Box 6, Folder 1Lead Free is Best for Me, initiative materials, circa 2000
Box 7, Folder 11Lead Free is Best for Me program and planning documents, October 2000
Box 7, Folder 10Lead Free is Best for Me, community partners, list of executive committee and general members for campaign
Box 6, Folder 4Lead safe work practice course description
Box 7, Folder 3Example of food product that contains lead, related notes
Box 7, Folder 12Tracking Child Lead Exposure worksheet
Box 7, Folder 14Testing for lead poisoning information sheet, March 2009
Box 9, Folder 8Lead poisoning, brochure
Box 9, Folder 13"Lead facts: exposure, behavior, and development"
Box 10, Folder 26Advocacy and environmental action position sheet
Box 12, Folder 17Lead poisoning prevention tool kit
Box 15, Folder 26Lead poisoning prevention critical questions fact sheet
Box 16, Folder 3"If you have a baby, get ahead of lead!" pamphlet
Box 17, Folder 1Call to action fact sheet, 2009
Box 17, Folder 15Childhood lead poisoning prevention fact sheet, April 13, 2010
Box 17, Folder 21Blood lead testing advocacy and results
Box 19Community resources to reduce lead hazards; Literature on lead and lead poisoning; Patient education pamphlets and flyers; Templates for improving lead screening and tracking
This CD-R contains four top level folders: Community Resources to Reduce Lead Hazards; Literature on Lead and Lead Poisoning; Patient Education Pamphlets and Flyers; Templates for Improving Lead Screening and Tracking. Due to their files name or format, several files could not be transfered from the cd, selected files have been transfered and can be made available electronically.

Box 19Lead images 2000-2002, selected 2012
This CD-R contains 19 top level folders. The files in the folders were last modified between 2002 and 2013. The files have been transfered from the CD and cam be made available electronically

Box 19Unknown disc
This CD-R contains 11 top level folders organized by year, beginning in 2001 and ending in 2012. The files have been transfered from the cd and cam be made available electronically

Subseries VIII: Forms
Box 10, Folder 3Children's health form for lead screening
Box 15, Folder 28Documentation for lead screening form
Series III. Websites
This addition to the collection contains archived versions of CPLP's website (the current URL and a former URL), as well as a Prevention Institute profile of the organization. Websites have been harvested using Archive-It since June 2016. The current CPLP website has been crawled quarterly since December 2016.

To view the websites, go to https://archive-it.org/collections/7556 .

Current website of CPLP (http://www.letsmakeleadhistory.org/), archived since June 2016
Former website of CPLP (http://leadcoalition.frogcms.com/), June 21, 2016
Prevention Institute website profile of CPLP (http://preventioninstitute.org/tools/focus-area-tools/communities-taking-action-profiles-of-health-equity/article/348.html), June 21, 2016


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