City considers options for increase in deer population
As the deer population continues to grow in Rossford, with bucks and does frequently wondering around the downtown area, city officials have contacted the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to learn how they can respond.
At a February 8 meeting of Rossford City Council, Police Chief Todd Kitzler explained that he met with Bob Ford, ODNR wildlife management supervisor, who discouraged the city from having a count conducted.
“They have been shown to be unreliable and fairly costly,” the chief said.
Instead, Mr. Ford recommended the police department track its deerrelated calls.
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