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LANSING | The Illinois Department of Agriculture will hold a public information meeting to explain the department's plans to treat parts of northern Illinois for the destructive gypsy moth this year.
The village of Lansing is one of four locations statewide that will host a public information meeting by the Illinois Department of Agriculture to explain its plans this year to treat part of northern Illinois for the destructive gypsy moth, according to a news release from the agency.
Weather is being blamed for a delay in gypsy moth treatments initially scheduled to begin Tuesday in Lake and Porter counties, officials said.
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