Ann Arbor deer plan could cost city more than $250K next year

October 26, 2016


Ann Arbor could end up spending more than $250,000 on deer management efforts in 2017.


The city's staff presented updated budget calculations at a City Council work session Monday night, Oct. 24, showing $258,545 in expected costs if the city carries out a combination lethal/nonlethal program.


That includes shooting up to 100 deer and surgically sterilizing up to 60 deer, plus doing more vegetation impact studies and other data collection.


[Excerpt and image from M-Live. Read the full article here.]

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