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Resort Town Considers Supplying Residents With Disposal Bags to Prevent Spread of Bed Bugs

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The threat of bed bug-infested furniture is prompting Ocean City’s Public Works Department to consider supplying residents with disposal bags to prevent the spread of this increasingly ubiquitous pest.

| December 29, 2010

OCEAN CITY, MD. – The threat of bed bug-infested furniture is prompting Ocean City’s Public Works Department to consider supplying residents with disposal bags to prevent the spread of this increasingly ubiquitous pest. To reader the entire story, click here.

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