Dallas-area aerial spraying starts Thursday night

Dallas-area aerial spraying starts Thursday night

Dallas : TX : USA | Aug 16, 2012 at 5:50 AM PDT
Source: Austin America-Statesman/Texas Longhorns
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Aerial spraying of mosquitoes is scheduled to begin across Dallas and most of its northern suburbs. The scheduled Thursday night spraying of Dallas and 10 northern Dallas County suburbs is the first time the Dallas area has had such aerial spraying of insecticide in almost a half century. FULL ARTICLE AT Austin America-Statesman/Texas Longhorns
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