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I learned from a friend today that some group/organization will be spraying my city to help combat a higher than normal (althought I haven't noticed anything) bug problem this year. I'm not entirely sure what is being sprayed, who will be doing the spraying, or when it will take place. Searches for information haven't really netted any results.
Chemtrail arguments aside, I believe if anyone is spraying any chemical over a cit of close to 40,000 there should be something said about it and what is being sprayed should be known to the public. I cannot find any information locally about this and it is likely it is not being undertaken by any local authority.
"Through the mayor's office, we've received literally hundreds of calls over probably the last three weeks," says Mayor Doug Formon.
And that's what brought the heated issue to the table as the council and mayor met Tuesday night in the Public Safety Committee Meeting. Many Jonesboro citizens have recently questioned the effectiveness of Clarke Mosquito Control, the new company hired this year to tackle the mosquitoes in Jonesboro.
"We knew they were new coming into town and we knew we'd be a little bit of a learning curve, but we can't wait until the entire mosquito season is over for them what our problems are here in Jonesboro. We've got to get on it and get it fixed, "says Mayor Formon.
Originally posted by _BoneZ_
The 11th is "Global 'Chemtrail' HOAX Awareness Day", so that's the reason for the protest.
They will be showing pictures of normal contrails, and trying to convince a few gullible people that those normal contrails are anything and everything but normal, all with zero scientists and zero scientific evidence to support the claims.
Originally posted by ThaLoccster
We do have trucks that come through every so often (I'm not sure of the frequency) and spray neighborhoods to combat mosquitos and other insects, but I've never heard of it being done by plane over the whole city.