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CCMAD General Manager Speaks at Local Townhall

CCMAD General Manager Speaks at Local Townhall Featured Photo
Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District's General Manager spoke at Councilwoman Duhart's first townhall meeting on July 16th at Gonzales Park.

Latest News

Why do mosquitoes always bite me? - Medical News Today

Why do mosquitoes target some people more than others? The answer is not straightforward — chemicals that attract some mosquito species have been shown to repel others. And people produce thousands of different chemicals, so working out which ones are affecting mosquitoes’ behavior is far from easy

Upcoming Events

CCMAD Board Meeting

Time: 10:45 AM – 11:30 AM
Location: Conference Line: 1-(605)-475-4855, Access Code: 721557#
Oct 10