The city health department is getting ready to spray parts of Staten Island, Queens and the Bronx in order to control mosquitos.
The operation starts this Friday and lasts through Tuesday, weather permitting between the hours of 6 a.m. and 7 p.m.
• Douglaston/Oakland Gardens (Alley Pond Park)
• Linden Hill/College Point (Abandoned Flushing Airport)
• Edgemere/Somerville (Dubos Point and Edgemere Park)
• Flushing (Flushing River)
Friday, June 26, 2009
Skeeter spraying to commence today
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:10 AM
Labels: College Point, Department of Health, Douglaston, Flushing, mosquitos, Oakland Gardens, Rockaway, west nile virus
OK folks. Just line up and breathe in deeply. That's right. Good sheeple. No questions, please!
Delousing shall commence.
This is sickening! I'm going outside for some fresh air...
I'm b-a-c-k ! ! ! Hack. Hack. Hack.
Thx for the warning, C. We do not regularly watch NY1--yet the city thinks putting it there constitutes prior notification. That is what a 311 operator told me last year after i was gassed. What shit. This stuff is dangerous!
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