Hopefuls swarm to fill Mosquito Control Board seats, Incumbent James Crawford fails to respond

Published: Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 04:10 PM.

Magee says part of the board’s and the district’s success has been budgeting for preventative measures, especially in keeping the threat of West Nile and Eastern Equine Encephalitis low. That is how he hopes to tackle subsequent warm seasons.

“Our district has excelled and has maintained a high performance rating within the state of Florida under the Department of Agriculture,” said Magee. “Our success has been in preventive treatment to the district.”

Both hopefuls told The Sun that each would operate under a policy of transparency and honesty, and make sure the constituents’ tax money was spent wisely.

“I do want to bring more transparency to Walton County,” especially with regards to Mosquito Control, said Faulk. “It’s a taxpayer’s business.”


Mosquito Control Board Seat 2

Two hopefuls and incumbent James Crawford are stepping forward to fill Seat 2 on the Mosquito Control Board.

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