Iola City Council members will take another look at a number of long-standing issues when they gather for their regular meeting Monday.
Mosquito spraying, which was disbanded this year following several debates about the practices effectiveness and cost, will be discussed once again.
Because of wetter-than-normal spring weather, some Council members are asking for the spraying to resume. The cost to do so from here on out would be about $12,000, according to City Administrator Sid Fleming.
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