City expands spraying program into ru...

City expands spraying program into rural areas

There are 1 comment on the Stoney Creek News story from Apr 4, 2008, titled City expands spraying program into rural areas. In it, Stoney Creek News reports that:

Today: H 2 /L 2 Light rain Hamilton politicians have agreed to spend upwards of $830,000 to expand the city's spraying program to combat the gypsy moth infestation into parts of Glanbrook.

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#1 Oct 20, 2008
... gypsy moth in only the urban area at a cost of about $450,000 was ridiculous.

"There are so many (moths in Binbrook) you could hear them munching," said Anne Dunham of Binbrook,

who oversees a forest of trees."They would migrate to the areas you are ...


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