Three Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore sites may be closed at times this winter for a deer cull.
The people of Ogden Dunes do not want firearms and crossbows fired in our densely populated, tightly packed town for five months of the year to kill deer for eating flowers. Despite this, the Town Council is pushing forward to have another deer cull in Ogden Dunes as soon as possible this fall.
The Deer Management Task Force appointed by the Ogden Dunes Town Council has not come to a consensus on whether there is an overabundance of deer in Ogden Dunes. But they have come to a consensus that killing deer will not eliminate Lyme disease.
OGDEN DUNES | In a surprise development, the Town Council unanimously agreed Monday afternoon to indefinitely suspend the town's hotly debated deer cull.
For more than a dozen years communities have wrangled with what to do with the white-tailed deer.
When it comes to bloodsucking pests, the deer tick is a lot smaller than your average Wall Street banker, and it doesn't want a government bailout.
OGDEN DUNES | About 125 Ogden Dunes residents attended a Town Council meeting Monday with the council set to vote on an amendment to the town's firearm ordinance.
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