Suffolk County Mosquito Control 

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Mission Statement
The Suffolk County Mosquito Commission (the Commission) represents the interests of Boston, Chelsea, and their residents in providing guidance and oversight to the Suffolk County Mosquito Control Project (the Project). The Commission strives to ensure that the member communities receive services that are consistent with applicable law and justified by the tenets of public health, vector control, environmental safety and fiscal responsibility. Integrated mosquito management services provided by the Project and approved by the Commission will be based on the State's Generic Environmental Impact Report on Mosquito Control in Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Arbovirus Surveillance and Response Plan and the policies of the State Reclamation and Mosquito Control Board.  The Project's integrated mosquito management plan will consist of mosquito surveillance, larval mosquito control of wetlands and catchbasins, adult mosquito control, wetlands management/ ditch maintenance and public education. 


Spray Notices  

None at this time.

Meeting Notices

Meeting of the Suffolk County Mosquito Control Commission (SCMCC) to be held in the lobby conference room of the Hinton State Laboratory Institute, 305 South St. Jamaica Plain, MA.

Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 5:30 PM




1.    Review of proposed expenditures within a revised FY 2015 budget. 

  1. Discussion on alternatives including the purchase of an 18’ boat and trailer to access Long Island, Thompson’s Island and Lovell’s Island to provide control as needed. 
  2. Purchase of ArcView GIS software and a replacement computer and printer.
  3. Purchase of Sentinel GPS system for use in the truck sprayer.
  4. Expanding the seasonal workforce by allowing one seasonal worker to start in April.

2.    Review of the proposed FY 2016 budget.

3.    Consider venues for the annual community meeting to present information on the Suffolk County MCP 2015 program and FY 2016 budget.

4.    Vote on the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) Amendment to extend the term though 2015.

5.    Proposal to award a 2% cost of living adjustment to the Superintendent and Administrative Assistant effective as of 1/1/2016.  Per the MOA, both the SCMCC and the EMMCC Executive Committee must approve wage and salary increases for the administrative staff. 

6.    Discussion on steps or information that would be useful in developing support within Boston and Chelsea for the merger proposal.

7.   New business


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Updated West Nile Virus and EEE risks 

Updated 11/15/2014 1:15 P.M.