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Clark County Mosquito Control District says get yard ready for mosquito season

Eliminate stagnate water where insects thrive

By Alexis Weisend, Columbian staff reporter
Published: May 28, 2024, 6:06am
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With mosquito season buzzing closer, Clark County’s Mosquito Control District staff want residents to get rid of any stagnant water in their yards that could help the blood-sucking bugs proliferate.

“People are breeding mosquitoes in their backyard and they don’t even know it,” said Mario Boisvert, Clark County Mosquito Control District manager.

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