A concern to you and all Salado citizens! Don’t feed the babies or mothers!! This is the number one rule in managing the deer population.The fawns start appearing this month. Don’t pick them up. The mom or pop may attack you.
This you can expect over the next three months: Likely another town hall meeting, Volunteers with Q beams shining lights across your property (not police officers). They will be counting deer for the Dept. of Parks and Wildlife.
Recommendations for management to the Board of Alderman from the Environmental/Deer Committee. Recommendations to the Village from the Parks and Wildlife Dept.
Support your Village officials in their attempts to get the construction finished?!, move on with the sewage construction, and plan for management of an overpopulation of deer.
Drive slow and safely!
What to do?
I appreciated Mr. Swarthout’s comments about the election in last week’s Salado Village Voice, but I don’t believe he votes in the local Village election. And since he has a barber shop just inside the Village limits, I imagine it is a hazard of his occupation that rumors will forever plague his daily work life. I suggest he might want to post a no gossiping during haircuts….or maybe ….. Loose lips may result in bald spots!
Those of us who reside in the village have to continue to observe our elected official’s actions and use of our tax dollars.
Immediately after reinstalling the mayor and board members, the BOA had scheduled an unexplained executive session with the Village lawyer. No hint of topic.
There are a number of senior citizen voters in the Village who are concerned about an eminent domain action on the part of the board. A more explicit agenda topic might help stop those fears and rumors? Just a suggestion.
I think that is a positive idea, but I am now officially confused about what is positive and what is negative.