The following legal notice appeared in the February 26, 2014 edition of the Boston Globe.
AERIAL APPLICATIONS TO CONTROL MOSQUITO LARVAE
The East Middlesex and Suffolk County Mosquito Control Projects will be conducting helicopter applications of the biological larvicide, Bti, to control mosquito larvae in mid-April and following flooding summer rains. The applications will be conducted over specific large wetlands in Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Concord, Framingham, Hyde Park, Lexington, Maynard, Medford, Melrose, Newton, North Reading, Reading, Sudbury, Wakefield, Waltham, Wayland, Wellesley, West Roxbury, Weston and Winchester. The trade name of the Bti formulation is Vectobac G (EPA Reg. #73049-10). For further information contact David Henley at 781-899-5730.
Information on the spray schedule is available via a recorded message at 781-893-5759 and at the Project’s website at www.sudbury.ma.us/services/health/emmcp/ If residents have any questions related to spraying or any questions on mosquitoes, contact the East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project at 781-899-5730.
Waltham Partners with: The East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project
Questions on pesticide applications by the East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project can be answered by calling 781-899-5730. Questions on the exclusion process, which is based on regulation 333 CMR:13:04 of the Massachusetts Pesticide Board, can be answered by calling 617-626-1784.
Waltham residents who would like to exclude their property from mosquito control spraying next summer should submit the following application to the Waltham City Clerk.
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