Forum on Rodent Prevention and Control

Rodents have become a chronic issue all around Northern Manhattan and I'm bringing together various agencies to discuss how to deal with the problem. Join me, the Department of Sanitation and the Department of Health to discuss what can be done.

August 11, 2014 at 6:30pm - 8pm
Ryan Center
110 W 97th St
New York, NY 10025
United States
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Jack Sztrigler · · 212-928-6814

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