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A Woodbridge man gets 5 years in prison for performing unlicensed asbestos work


A judge in Union County has sentenced a Woodbridge man to five years in state prison for performing unsafe asbestos work at numerous schools and homes through his unlicensed business.  52-year-old William Muzzio pleaded guilty back in March to violating regulatory laws.  He also previously admitted to releasing hazardous asbestos dust and debris at a daycare center in Union County.  Muzzio - in a sentence handed down Friday - also must pay restitution of nearly 20-thousand dollars to five clients, including the New Jersey Department of Labor and the Edison Board of Education, where he did unlicensed work at the John Marshall Elementary School.


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