Vector control starts door-to-door campaign to warn residents of West Nile virus
Aug 27, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Facing an "epidemic year" for West Nile Virus infections, the area's mosquito control agency last week started a door-to-door campaign in the San Gabriel Valley to warn people of the potentially fatal disease.
Why door to door? Save the taxpayers some money and send out a mailer and if there's enough money to send a full staff out then we are paying to much for vector control on our tax bill.
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