Open House - April 22

News Apr 17, 2008 Flamborough Review

The City of Hamilton's Public Works Department, Hamilton Conservation Authority and the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) are proposing the aerial spray application of the biological pesticide Btk over the area of Ancaster, Flamborough, Dundas, Glanbrook and West Hamilton including part of Dundas Valley and Cootes Paradise.

To be effective on gypsy moth larvae, two applications of the aerial spray must take place in mid to late May.

Several public open houses will be held to allow members of the public to receive more information on the gypsy moth infestation problem in the Flamborough and other rural areas, the proposed control plans and what property owners can do to assist in the control of gypsy moths.

A Flamborough gypsy moth open house has been scheduled at the former West Flamborough Township Hall (283 Brock Road, Greensville) on April 22 from 7-9 p.m.

For more information on Hamilton's gypsy moth control plan, visit www.hamilton.ca/GypsyMoth or call 905-540-5618.

Open House - April 22

News Apr 17, 2008 Flamborough Review

The City of Hamilton's Public Works Department, Hamilton Conservation Authority and the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) are proposing the aerial spray application of the biological pesticide Btk over the area of Ancaster, Flamborough, Dundas, Glanbrook and West Hamilton including part of Dundas Valley and Cootes Paradise.

To be effective on gypsy moth larvae, two applications of the aerial spray must take place in mid to late May.

Several public open houses will be held to allow members of the public to receive more information on the gypsy moth infestation problem in the Flamborough and other rural areas, the proposed control plans and what property owners can do to assist in the control of gypsy moths.

A Flamborough gypsy moth open house has been scheduled at the former West Flamborough Township Hall (283 Brock Road, Greensville) on April 22 from 7-9 p.m.

For more information on Hamilton's gypsy moth control plan, visit www.hamilton.ca/GypsyMoth or call 905-540-5618.

Open House - April 22

News Apr 17, 2008 Flamborough Review

The City of Hamilton's Public Works Department, Hamilton Conservation Authority and the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) are proposing the aerial spray application of the biological pesticide Btk over the area of Ancaster, Flamborough, Dundas, Glanbrook and West Hamilton including part of Dundas Valley and Cootes Paradise.

To be effective on gypsy moth larvae, two applications of the aerial spray must take place in mid to late May.

Several public open houses will be held to allow members of the public to receive more information on the gypsy moth infestation problem in the Flamborough and other rural areas, the proposed control plans and what property owners can do to assist in the control of gypsy moths.

A Flamborough gypsy moth open house has been scheduled at the former West Flamborough Township Hall (283 Brock Road, Greensville) on April 22 from 7-9 p.m.

For more information on Hamilton's gypsy moth control plan, visit www.hamilton.ca/GypsyMoth or call 905-540-5618.