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The Plainville Campgrounds, 320 Camp St., is comprised of 87 cottages. | (Photo by Andrea Melone)

Possible deer hunt at Wallingford land preserve discussed on ‘ Citizen Mike ‘


WALLINGFORD - A possible controlled deer hunt on a town-owned land preserve is discussed on the next edition of the “ Citizen Mike “ public access TV show. During a meeting last month, the hunt was one option discussed for Tyler Mill by the Conservation Commission. After the meeting, Mayor William W. Dickinson Jr. said the town needs more information on the deer population.

Host Mike Brodinsky and Record-Journal Editor Ralph Tomaselli also talk about the process used to decide if nonprofits should receive town funding and the Wallingford Housing Authority.

The show airs Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 9 p.m. on Comcast channel 18. The show can also be viewed on demand at wpaa.tv.

Future scheduled guests include Town Councilors Vincent Testa, Tom Laffin and Craig Fishbein.



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