Allow Beekeeping in Residential Areas of Delta Township

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Cynthia Stackpoole
4 years ago
We need the bees. Fear of the unknown is not a reason to limit other peoples interests.

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Rollin Lauber
4 years ago
Honey bees are under enough man made troubles. as per insecticides and bad chemicals. Has anyone else taken the trouble to protect one third of your daily food supply. Leave the bees & beekeepers alone! Einstein says 4 years after bees die MAN dies. Anyone want to be responsible for that. President of Lost Nations Beekeepers Association A better world through education.

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Suzanne Dugas
4 years ago
bees are needed

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Dwight Blubaugh
4 years ago
Bee numbers are shrinking, and we need bees to pollinate plants / crops. The bees kept by beekeepers are not normally agressive at all.

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Jason Westbrook
5 years ago
The allergen defense is bogus. The woman who made a fuss is literally more likely to die crossing a street than from a bee sting, and, if she does indeed carry an epi pen at a times, is in no true danger.

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Adam Jerome
5 years ago
Honeybees are essential for the survival of humanity

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Jaciel Hernandez
5 years ago
Without bees, no other life remains.

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Janet Roe
5 years ago
Honey Bees are essential in our food chain. My parents had three hives in their Delta Twp. In Greenfield Acres for decades with not one incident. Delta Township needs to become more pro active concerning environmental issues and humane welfare. Let'stand be a better Delta!

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Elaine Adams
5 years ago
I love honey bees and I believe we will be in big trouble when we no longer have our honey bees.

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Jane Montague
5 years ago
I have 10 acres in Delhi Township with mostly native plants to support our bees, butterflies, birds, insects and all native wildlife. I am an avid vegetable and fruit grower as well as a native meadow developer. I depend on the bees for a successful crop season. I plant extra borage, comfry, herbs and lots of native flowering plants as nectar sources for our bees. Allow bee hives on larger property parcels in Delhi Twnshp!