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Posted: Monday, August 6, 2007 10:00 pm

After two days of delays due to wind, the city of Lodi received aerial spraying to combat the deadly West Nile Virus between 4 and 7 a.m. Monday, according to the San Joaquin County Mosquito Abatement District.

Dynamic Aviation, a private contractor from Virginia, sprayed the area of Lodi from Harney Lane to the Mokelumne River, and from Highway 99 to a quarter-mile west of Lower Sacramento Road.

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  • posted at 11:16 am on Thu, Aug 9, 2007.


    Glad their done now. I do think we should have had a better way of knowing exactly when the spraying would be done. Since the wind picked up the schedule had to be changed. I was sure unhappy when I learned they were spraying as the kids were headed of to school. Not a great time to spray, over the heads of children. We should have been more informed and had some kind of update system or something. I'm sorry but I fear those chemicals landing on my family more than the virus at this point.

  • posted at 7:29 pm on Tue, Aug 7, 2007.


    I am glad the spraying for west nile was done. There has been to many people who got sick or died. I know there are some people in Lodi who didn't want the spraying. It had to to be done. Hopefuly it has taken care of the problem and know one else will die or get sick



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