Little As One Week Between Aerial Sprays
There Could Be As Little As One Week Between Aerial
Sprays From Now On
I heard today that MAF told a meeting
of teachers and early childhood managers this week that a
delay in the start of one spray round would NOT delay the
start of the next.
People need to know that going on
past experience when sprays have been delayed sometimes up
to 2 weeks, that there could be as little as ONE WEEK
between sprays from now on.
Chairperson, WASP (West Aucklanders Against Aerial
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