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Deer Cull 2.0

This year's cull will be shorter, but sterilization will add to the cost.

From the January, 2017 issue

In November, city council approved a second winter deer cull by a vote of 9-2. As it did last year, the city will hire sharpshooters to kill up to 100 deer in closed city parks. But instead of two months, city CFO Tom Crawford says this year's cull will be just "two weeks for lethal [and] one week for nonlethal, three weeks in total. They might overlap, and they

 
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