In a press release, Willefranche-sur-San Town Hall points out: “After the first phase of theoretical training for elected officials and agents on May 26 and 27, various field analyzes took place between June 22 and July 6. “They were carried out on city equipment and in residential areas,” the Inter-Departmental Agreement on Mosquito Control (EID), the Regional Confederation Against Pests (Fredon) and the RON Department, always, said in a press release.
“To consistently reduce the tiger mosquito”
In detail, schools, cemetery, municipal technical center, municipal greenhouses, recreation center and family gardens come together to assess possible breeding grounds. “Knowing that 80% of the breeding grounds are in the private domain, the volunteer families were also able to visit the pavilion gardens,” the municipality adds.
“These visits will now, in the third phase, make it possible to establish the measures that need to be implemented to reduce the tiger mosquito in our territory on a permanent basis,” suggests Deputy Mayor Alexander Portier. And the press release concludes: “It will be everyone’s business, municipal and private services, because” no water = no mosquitoes “. Everyone, on their own level, must identify each place where the mosquito can lay eggs to prevent its development and therefore its nuisance. “