Mosquito Spraying in Mifflin Township to Begin Wednesday Evening

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Franklin County Public Health will begin spraying Mifflin Township and the eastern portion of Clinton Township (all areas east of I-71) this beginning at 9 p.m. (weather permitting).

Mosquitoes are an all too familiar part of summer. They are not only annoying, but they present a potential health risk as carriers of disease. Eliminating mosquito habitats around your home can go a long way to reduce the mosquito population. Mosquitoes require standing water for their young to hatch and develop, only a few tablespoons of water is all it takes. Once eggs are laid, a new generation of mosquitoes can hatch, grow and emerge from the water as adults in as little as one week.

For more information on spraying and prevention tips, visit https://mosquito.myfcph.org/

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