City of Dallas is concentrating on the "Virus" and not seeing the big picture of destroying bees, gardens, and contamination of us all. City Council you ever read the book "Silent Spring" by Rachel Carson?
OK, Dallas, let's stop the insane poisoning of our earth, we do not want to contribute our backyards to this madness!
People need to be educated and ultimately take responsibility for themselves regarding mosquitos and West Nile. In some parts of Australia, you are fined if you have standing water on your property.
Thanks for taking a lead in combating this inane attempt to control mosquitoes. And thank the Lord I live in Tarrant County.
Spraying toxic products is not an effective mosquito control. There are safe, effective programs. Stop this erroneous practice. For an effective program, go to DirtDoctor.com and click on Mosquitoes on the left side of the page.
Please share & speak up - who needs more chemicals for our bodies to have to deal with!
Our protests didn't work. They're going ahead with it anyway. I called and emailed the major and reps in my district and let them hear me say NO. But, we'll just have to deal with the aftermath.
Thank you, Howard...and to everyone who signs. It's the right thing to do (I.e., STOPping the spraying).
No reason for toxic chemicals!
Typical government reaction; they thin they must do somthing, so they can justify their exhistence. Many more folks were killed, due to crime and car accidents last month, than will die from West Nile Virus. People need to take precautions, which they can find anywhere. It is called personnal responsibility, something which is in increasingly short supply. Visit www.dirtdoctor.com for information on mosquitoes so you can take care of yourself.
May kill a few, but hurt how many humans with lung afflictions?