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Eye gnat ordinance modified


Last updated 4/4/2013 at Noon

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved a modification to the county's eye gnat ordinance.

Supervisor Bill Horn recused himself since he owns an organic farm; the other four county supervisors all approved the first reading and introduction of the ordinance amendments March 20. A second reading and adoption is scheduled for April 10, in which case the amendments would take effect May 10.

Eye gnats are approximately 1/16 of an inch long and feed on protein from body fluids including the eyes, noses, and mouths of humans and animals. They are native to San Diego County and breed...

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