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Mosquito fogging in some areas tonight

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A crew fogs for mosquitoes in a River Heights back lane in this file photo from 2013.

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With mosquito trap counts sitting at an itch-inducing average of 59 on Saturday, city crews plan to fog again tonight to get rid of the pesky skeeters. The highest trap count in the city was in Assiniboine Park with 452 mosquitos.

Fogging will begin at 9:30 p.m. tonight and run until 6:30 a.m. Sunday morning, weather-permitting. The following neighbourhoods are set to get sprayed:

  • Assiniboine Park
  • Burrows - Keewatin, Inkster Industrial Park, Mynarski, Pacific Industrial, Shaughnessy Park, Weston, Weston Shops
  • Central River Heights, J.B. Mitchell, Mathers, Sir John Franklin, South River Heights
  • Edgeland, Old Tuxedo, South Tuxedo, Tuxedo
  • Elmhurst, Eric Coy, Marlton, Ridgedale, Varsity View, Vialoux
  • Jefferson, Kildonan Park, Seven Oaks
  • Kildonan Drive, Rossmere A
  • Munroe West, Rossmere B
  • North Inkster Industrial, Oakpoint Highway, Omand's Creek Industrial, Tyndall Park

 

 

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