News Update!!: Needles, CA: Spraying being done for residential addresses that placed complaints of mosquitoes.

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News Update!!: Needles, CA: Spraying being done for residential addresses that placed complaints of mosquitoes.

ZachNews has learned that vector control is in Needles, California spraying for mosquitoes.

Needles City Council Member Shawn Gudmundson tells ZachNews that vector control is here today and yesterday at residential addresses that have placed complaints about the mosquitoes.

 

The increase in mosquitoes has become a problem again for the second year biting on our community.

ZachNews has learned that more concerns of mosquitoes forwarded to City of Needles stating that their residences were requested to be sprayed to not avail as of yet, and there’s talks of the need to do spraying at public use facilities again like what was done in October 2015.

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** Pictures from October 2015 mosquitoes spraying taken by ZachNews: **

Back on Thursday, October 22nd, 2015, because of the increase of mosquitoes in the community, spraying by Vector Control was done near the baseball field at Ed Parry Park, around River Edge Golf Course, and along the channel area and vegetation area along the entry away into Jack Smith Memorial Park in Needles, California.

According to an email obtain by ZachNews from Jennifer Osorio, R.E.H.S. of San Bernadino County’s Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Services, to Needles City Manager Rick Daniels, “Good afternoon Rick, Thank you for bring this to our attention. Our Manager in Vector Control is Jason Phillippe and he will coordinate with Vector Control staff and you’re office on possible areas that need to be addressed. He will get back to you on Monday with a plan. Have your office compile a list of City areas that would be approved for spraying (similar to what we had last year). If you have any further questions, please let me know. Thank you.”

ZachNews has learned that while San Bernardino County Supervisor Robert Livingood is in Needles, California for several events on Monday, October 31st, 2016, City of Needles Officials speak to San Bernardino County Supervisor Robert Livingood regarding our mosquito infestation again and the need to do spraying at public use facilities again.”

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During a Needles City Council Meeting held on Tuesday, October 25th, 2016, Needles City Council Member Shawn Gudmundson is asking Needles City Manager Rick Daniels to get in contact with County of San Bernardino’s Vector Control so they can take care of the mosquitoes problem.

** Video from ZachNews on YouTube: **

Needles City Council Member Shawn Gudmundson mention phone calls coming into the City of Needles about the mosquitoes problem as well as the reporting by a local news source, ZachNews, of the mosquitoes problem in the community of Needles, California.

ZachNews reported on the mosquitoes problem in a news story posted on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016.

** Read the news story at the following ZachNews on WordPress website address: **

https://zachnews.wordpress.com/2016/10/22/news-alert-needles-ca-mosquitoes-are-back-again-biting-on-our-community/

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** Picture from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. **

 

If you have a problem with mosquitoes, please call the Mosquito and Vector Control Program at: 1 (800) 442-2283.

** Mosquito and Vector Control Brochure: **

http://www.sbcounty.gov/uploads/dph/dehs/depts/vectorcontrol/MVCBrochure.pdf

**** Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story. ****

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