Mitchell wil be fogged Thursday night in an attempt to kill some of the many hungry mosquitoes in the city.
It’s the second time the city has been fogged. Some think that hasn’t been enough. Others slap away and stay indoors without too many complaints.
The city says it is trying to save money; it costs about $2,000 per fogging. In addition, it’s holding its fire for later this summer, when the skeeters that carry West Nile virus are expected to be thick and thirsty.
Is the city taking the right steps?