Tuesday, August 21, 2007

More skeeter spraying for Queens

The city's Health Department will spray parts of Queens and Staten Island for mosquitoes starting Tuesday to reduce the risk of West Nile virus.

On Tuesday, the following areas of Queens will be sprayed:

South Flushing
Murray Hill
Fresh Meadows
Kissena Park
Queensboro Hill

On Wednesday and Thursday the following parts of Queens will be sprayed:

Cambria Heights
Saint Albans
Springfield Gardens

Photo from NY1


Anonymous said...

Just what we all need a little poison spraying in the air
to cap off a relatively mosquito free summer!

Who's got the city contract? H-m-m-m-m!

Anonymous said...

Check this out:

This city sucks more than a hungry mosquito!

Anonymous said...

Well there is asbestos in the air already anyway from the burning Deutcha (sp?) Bank building so why not add a little more toxic substance to the brew.