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Concerns aired about growing elk herd

March 20, 2012

Photo by Joseph Bell - Fran Gustafson, a Jay Township supervisor, discusses the dangers of the growing elk herd during a board of commissioners meeting.

RIDGWAY - Fran Gustafson, a Jay Township supervisor, shared concerns about the growing elk herd Tuesday morning during an Elk County Commissioners meeting.
"It's getting bad-- they're eating the grass, people can't have gardens, they can't do anything," Gustafson said. "I don't know where this is going to lead. It's now becoming a county thing, not a township thing, and it has spread and spread."
According to Gustafson, there have been at least three vehicle accidents in the past month, with three vehicles being totaled, due to the elk presence.

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These Jay Township

March 21, 2012 by Dodgical (not verified), 2 years 40 weeks ago
Comment: 345

These Jay Township supervisors really should take their hats off during their meetings. Come on, guys.

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