Posted Thursday, August 4, 2011
Deer are mating like rabbits in Ohio. At least 750,000 populate the state, outstripping the natural resources needed in some areas to sustain them. And the danger of deer-car collisions increases as the herd grows. The debate over how to cull the herd rages on, with the city of Solon now a focal point as the city again turns to hunting while residents go to the ballot to outlaw it.
Community/Human Interest, Government/Politics
William Russo, Solon city councilman
John Nolan, SolonDeer.org
John Mack, chief of natural resources, Cleveland Metroparks
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