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City-wide mosquito spraying underway in Goose Creek

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Officials say the city of Goose Creek will be sprayed for mosquitoes Monday, Oct. 31 through Friday, Nov. 4. 

The Goose Creek Department of Public Works will be spraying  no earlier than 10 p.m.

All seven areas are scheduled to be sprayed.

Area 5 was sprayed Friday Oct. 28. 

Monday: Area 6:
Lakeview Terrace, The Hamlets, The Preserve, Chatfield, Haleswood, Adthan Place, Stonehurst, Pembroke, Cadbury, Hearthstone, Bedford Chase, Friar’s Grove. 

Tuesday: Area  7:

Goose Creek Highlands, Bushy Park Terrace, Gardenia Villas, Greenview Acres, The Oaks, Foster Creek Rec. Field, Lakeview Commons, Camelot, Pineview.

Wednesday: Area 2:

Fairfax, Indigo Place, Oak Creek, Longford Place, Greenwich Hall, Westminster Heights, Persimmon Hill, Marrington Villas/Cobblestone, St. Thomas Park.

Thursday: Area 3:

Brandywine Apartments, Shannon Park Apartments, Cherry Hill, Bridgecreek, Stratford Gardens, Stratford Forest, Branchwood Apartments, Foxborough Townhomes, Wallace Road, Parkside Drive, Foxborough, Genevia Road, Walkers Lane.

Friday Area 1:

Lindy Creek, Nello Farms, Woodland Heights, Quail Hill, Boulder Bluff, Montague Pointe, Montague Plantation, St. Charles Place, Coker’s Commons, Coker’s Crossing I and II, Medway Landing, Royal Oaks, Hayden Hill, Hayden Hollow, Hayden Ponds, Sophia Landing, Woodland Lakes, Old Moncks Corner Road, Braemoor, Colonial Heights.

Saturday: Areas 4:

Brickhope Greens, Birch Hollow, Long Leaf Plantation, Waterford Townhomes, Wedgewood, Liberty Hall Plantation.

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