Question of the Day: Reducing Lyme Disease in Medfield
The Medfield Lyme Disease Study Committee and Board of Selectmen agree that "strictly regulated and monitored bow hunting on appropriate state, town and privately held lands" will help control the deer population in town and reduce lyme disease. Do you?
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Today, we are asking about reducing lyme disease in town:
Do you agree with the Board of Selectmen and Lyme Disease Study Committee that a controlled deer hunt is the most effective way to reduce lyme disease in town? If not, what other options would you suggest?
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