Morris County attempts to control mosquitoes

Flooding left behind by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee has contributed to a large mosquito population.Morris County Mosquito Control is on the case. Normally,

EAST HANOVER - Flooding left behind by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee has contributed to a large mosquito population.

Morris County Mosquito Control is on the case. Normally, it would be winding down the mosquito fighting season, but it is now busier than it has been all summer.

Find out exactly where it will be and when, along with other mosquito information, by visiting:

Morris County Mosquito Extermination Commissionmorriscountynj.gov/mosquito

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