Stop the August 11 Fogging in Menlo Park; Set up Public Forums to Discuss Mosquito Control

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Sheryl Axline
6 years ago
I just learned that my home was fogged with no notice while I was on vacation. This is unacceptable! If the district wants to do this again, we need to be notified in advance!

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Jessica Riley
6 years ago
Environmental Health!

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elaine lou
6 years ago
pesticides contribute to the decline of bees and add to the toxic build up in humans. There are better ways to control mosquitos without posing healthy risks to wildlife and humans. END FOGGING.

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Samantha Le
6 years ago
The mosquitos WILL still be in my area (Caltrain, atherton area) and if they don't spray it in my area then they don't spray it anywhere else. Sorry, it's the type of person I am. If I don't get it, then NO ONE Does. :)

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Lisa Golden
6 years ago
The lack of communication and sufficient notice on the first fogging was completely unacceptable and possibly very dangerous to residents, pets, and property.

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Yolande Wackerman
6 years ago
Affected parties ought to be notified prior to be exposed to pesticides!

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Neil Tangri
6 years ago
This is terrible -- are we going back to the days of indiscriminate spraying of DDT on entire populations?

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Thomas Portmann
6 years ago
don't fog us with stuff!

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ann james
6 years ago
This is not a highly efficient way to destroy mosquitos, and does have significant implications for human and likely animal health. Those of us who try not to be exposed to pesticide in our daily lives do not deserve to have pesticides administered by our city

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Kelda Jamison
6 years ago
This is outrageous-- the inadequate timing of the warning, the lack of publicity, that other options were not explored before something this drastic. We, your neighbors in Palo Alto, are also concerned (especially those of us with small children who live in Stanford West).