Peter Steele, a spokesman for the city of Grand Forks, said both East Grand Forks and Grand Forks were expected to see ground level spraying on Tuesday evening, and Shenk noted that, despite the absence of the C 130, other mosquito control measures were expected to continue uninterrupted on the base.

"The key thing is that the Air Force does this as an overabundance of caution," Shenk said. We make sure that when these flights happen, it's the safest possible way that can happen for everybody involved."

´╗┐Aerial mosquito spraying scuttled this week in Grand Forks area

No other details on the crew member's status were available.

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"We're going to work with them to reschedule, so there's no set time right now," Shenk said.

"We're going to work with them to reschedule, so there's no set time right Women Canada Goose Kensington Parka Light Grey Nz now," Shenk said. "That's really going to be up to my civil engineers and the schedule of the C 130 crew."

The C 130 a multi engine transport plane was initially expected to fly on either Tuesday or Wednesday night, spraying in hard to reach places that might be difficult for municipal crews, and was initially in the area to provide spraying services at the base. Shenk noted that efforts will be made to bring another spraying run back to the area before the end of the summer.

The C 130 a multi engine transport plane was initially expected to fly on either Tuesday or Wednesday night, spraying in hard to reach places that might be difficult for municipal crews, and was initially in the area to provide spraying services at the base. Shenk noted that efforts will be made to bring another spraying run back to the area before the end of the summer.

"The key thing is that the Air Force does this as an overabundance of caution," Shenk said. We make sure that when these flights happen, it's the safest possible way that can happen for everybody involved."

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