Hastings Seeks Public Comment, Volunteers For Deer Sterilization Effort

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A public meeting is being held tonight about the initiative to sterilize deer. Photo Credit: Danny LoPriore

HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- Residents are invited to a meeting on Wednesday, Jan.15 at the James V. Harmon Community Center in Hastings to comment on the initiative to sterilize deer in order to control the population.

The two men in charge of the plan, Tuft University's Dr. Rutberg and Rick Naugle of the Humane Society, will be at the Community Center at 6:30 p.m. to describe the effort and answer any questions from the public.

Those interested in volunteering can sign up afterward.

The community center is located at 44 Main Street.

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flies.withbeaks:

Hastings on Hudson would be far, far, better off directing their energies toward ousting Mayor Peter Swiderski, then immunizing deer. Swiderski has no backbone, he shrunk like a cheap shirt in the face of opposition to his plans to net & bolt deer to death. Telling us he was proud to be pilot program for the state to slaughter deer with net & bolt, then making an about face (back room) and now lauds himself for this immuno effort. This man hasn't an authentic bone in his body, he is held together by politically correct rhetoric and people pleasing viscus. Swiderski has woven B.P., the world's environmental pariah, into the fabric of Hastings, and didn't even get paid. For a few grand, he and his trustees have been posed for photo ops behind 5, 000 dollar checks as part of BP's "greenwashing" campaign. Swiderski sat in a BP "green vehicle" and was posed with his hand out, with a BP exec. Considering the p.r. position BP found themselves and their worth, you'd be hard pressed to find a more exploited shill. A town with this guy as it's face, should shudder to think that the town's "Board of Ethics," only meets at behest of the Mayor. Immunize Hastings of Swiderski, they deserve better than this cartoon.

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