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Mosquitoes could still be a risk for county residents

August 28, 2013

It’s too early to determine whether aerial spraying along the Conewango Creek in the town of Kiantone and the town of Carroll had the desired effects....

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Aug-28-13 2:37 PM

Toadeeeewww -- if they spray and kill all the bugs, then what will a little girl toadies like you have to eat?

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Aug-28-13 1:15 PM

Poor Dcroakernig. Can't read,has no memory,and again try's to blame it on the print media. Maybe if you provide your E-mail address someone can send you a reminder or you could stop inhaling?

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Aug-28-13 9:37 AM

Next time there's spraying, start acting like a newspaper and give your readership the facts as to exactly the spraying locations, not the sensational bogusness of ambiguity.

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Aug-28-13 8:32 AM

hey libs, are the mosqitoes due to climate change ?

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Aug-28-13 7:52 AM

Has any testing been done in the North part of the county? In the beganing the first article we read mentioned other test being done and waiting for results, but I don't believe those have been shared. What is the criteria for ongoing spraying as in other parts of the state.

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