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Tom Callan, KSL Newsradio Some Davis County homeowners, those whose homes were once used as meth labs, are being asked to open their front doors for another round of meth testing now required by state law.
However, the county is struggling to find the property owners. "Now we're sending out certified letters to let them know that we can do these laboratory tests," said Delayne McGarvey, Davis County Environmental Health director.
The three who were contacted said "no thanks" to another round of tests.
McGarvey says some of the property owners who turned them down did so because their kids or family members once worked in meth labs.