News Update!!: Needles, CA: Needles City Council Member takes action on the mosquitoes again biting on our community.
The mosquitoes problem again biting on our community has gotten a member of the Needles City Council to get the City of Needles to take action.
The increase of mosquitoes in the community of Needles, California has been getting worst for the second year.
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.
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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.
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Well reporting on the 3rd Annual Haunted House at the Big Green House, ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez seen mosquitoes flying around people waiting in line and getting bitten.
Reports of increase mosquitoes have been spotted near River Road near Jack Smith Memorial Park and near the Big Green House near the intersection of Needles Highway and North K Street in Needles, California where the 3rd Annual Haunted House at the Big Green House was being held.
Mosquitoes were seen flying around people waiting in line and some of the people were getting bitten including ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez.
Since posting the news story, ZachNews has learned that some residents living along E Street and Bailey Avenue have also been bitten by mosquitoes.
Hopefully, these annoying mosquitoes will be taken care of very soon like last year.
If you have a problem with mosquitoes, please call the Mosquito and Vector Control Program at: 1 (800) 442-2283.
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