Sunday, August 9, 2015

Coming to Lebo UPDATED

The commission is considering "sharpshooting"* next. Coleen Vuono wanted it approved at the last commission meeting which is against protocol. Steve Silverman supported Coleen, while John Bendel will consider it. Thanks to Coleen (Kristen's appointed replacement), Wildlife Services is on Tuesday's Commission Discussion Session Agenda.

"Sharpshooting"* is what the prokill people are now demanding. See And the Darwin Award goes to MTL Resident Becky McDermott UPDATED Kristen Linfante pushed for "sharpshooting."* Mt. Lebanon veterans Bill Hoon, Dan Miller, and Jim Cannon all spoke publicly on this issue and agree with the statement above, "No expert could ever say shooting in a residential area is safe. There is little control. And once that bullet leaves the rifle, there's no way to get it back."

It is not going to stop anytime soon. All Wards 1 and 3 Commission Candidates are for "sharpshooting"* in Mt. Lebanon. This is what is coming next, Folks. 

*To call this "sharpshooting" is a misnomer. 

Stop Mt. Lebanon's Violent Plan To Kill Deer

Update August 9, 2015 1:36 PM The June 26, 2015 proposal made by Wildlife Services has never been made public. I posted it here on Lebo Citizens on July 12, 2015, in the post Here is DeNicola's and Maddock's Proposal.  A direct link to Wildlife Service's June 26, 2015 proposal is here. Using bait, Wildlife Services estimates that the cost of killing up to 150 deer for 20 nights will cost Mt. Lebanon taxpayers $89,513.50.

1 comment:

E. T. Gillen said...

Knowing that this blog is now private, I have updated my website to include a link to the petition, as well as adding deer-related data for the general public.