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Union County Mosquito Control Spraying for Wednesday, September 27, 2017

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CLARK, NJ - Please be advised, Union County Mosquito Control will be spraying for Adult Mosquitoes tonight, Wednesday Sept. 27, 2017 between the hours of 7:00 P.M. and 12:00 A.M. (Weather Permitting).  For any additional information, please contact the Union County Office of Mosquito Control by calling 908-654-9873, or email them at rstrano@ucnj.org.

Here are the areas within each town that will be sprayed:

Clark- Madison Hill Rd.-Dr.Robinson Museum ,Terhune Rd., Rainbow Dr., Terminal Ave

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Cranford – Park Terrace @ RR path, Severin Ct

Elizabeth – Clarkson Av. Area, Summer St., Peterstown area,

Garwood – Myrtle Av., 4th Ave., 2Nd Ave.Liberty Ct.

Hillside –Harvard Av., Cornell Pl., Rutgers Ave. Area, Aldene St.

Kenilworth – Dorsette Dr., Lafayette Ave.,Shady La., Commonwealth Rd.

Linden – Tremley Pt. Area, Emma Pl., Clinton St., Baltimore Ave (East or West depending on wind direction) near Monmouth Ave.

Mountainside – Fitness Trail/Pool Area

Rahway – Leesville Av. , Donald Av. Area, Church St., Wall St

Roselle- Raritan Rd. (Smith Woods Condo’s), Columbus Av. Pine St., Spruce St.

Roselle Park –Laurel Av., Walking Path between Galloping Hill Rd. and Chestnut St., Beechwood Ave.

Town Parks –Curry (Clark), 

County Parks – Unami, Rahway, Oakridge, Echo Lake, Montano, Meisel


 

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