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Be Safe Newtown
Newtown residents seeking a Lyme-free Newtown with deer-free roads,
a recovery of the woodlands and the return of native plant and bird
species within 5 years

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A humane resolution to the problem of Lyme disease, putting deer back in balance with the area they inhabit, seems a sane, intelligent and ridiculously logical step.
Forgive me, but we had visions of enjoying years of what we love best, outdoors and nature, only to find that we are forced to live as if we were the animals in the zoo, behind doors and windows because something as simple as reducing deer herd, for reasons I simply cannot comprehend, not being done."
Christine O'Keefe,
Redding resident.

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Public Health is perhaps the
most important reason to want
to get deer numbers under
control"
Housatonic Valley Council of Elected Officials.
March 2008

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