FWC Holding Public Meetings On Coyotes

By on January 15, 2019 in WNDB News

New Smyrna Beach, FL – The Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission will be holding a series of meetings to discuss safety and precautions against coyotes.

Chad Weber with FWC says that residents in New Smyrna Beach and Ormond Beach were starting to become concerned with an increase in coyote activity, so both cities requested some public help from FWC.

Both meetings will discuss safety when dealing with coyotes as well as deterrence against them and what residents can do to make sure their property is safe against them.

Law enforcement and staff from FWC will also be on hand to answer questions residents may have about dealing with coyotes.

The first meeting begins at 6 p.m. today (January 15th) in New Smyrna Beach at the Brannon Center, located at 105 South Riverside Drive.

The second meeting begins at 6 p.m. on Wednesday (January 16th) in Ormond Beach at the Ormond Beach Senior Center located off 351 Andrews Street, Building B.

Both free events are also being hosted by District 3 County Council Member Deb Denys.


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