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Suburbia's Deer Problem

The Sound of Ideas
Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 9:00 am
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Deer are mating like rabbits in Ohio. At least 750,000 populate the state, outstripping the natural resources needed in some areas to sustain them. And the danger of deer-car collisions increases as the herd grows. The debate over how to cull the herd rages on, with the city of Solon now a focal point as the city again turns to hunting while residents go to the ballot to outlaw it.

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William Russo, Solon city councilman
John Nolan, SolonDeer.org
John Mack, chief of natural resources, Cleveland Metroparks

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