Bridport could leave mosquito control district

CRAIG ZONDAG, THE longtime field coordinator/biologist of the Lemon Fair Insect Control District, is hoping Bridport decides to remain in the three-town LFICD. Bridport will vote later this year on a possible exit from the district, which hopes to enlist drones to drop larvicide in mosquito breeding areas. File photoPhoto courtesy of Otter Creek Audubon Society

BRIDPORT — Seven months after one of the buggiest summers on record, Bridport residents are thinking about leaving the insect control district charged with minimizing their local mosquito population. Bridport’s $6,000 annual contribution to the Lemon F …

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