I was as surprised as you to learn that the city intended to release the advisory board report after all and adopt some of its recommendations. It’s tempting to think that interesting things happen when CEOs start writing to the … Continue reading
Note: The New York City Bed Bug Advisory Board report was released on July 28: New York City Bed Bug Advisory Board Report (April 2010) (PDF).
I made this logic tree (PDF) a while back to try to figure out all possible solutions. (Because I read a book! A great book, actually, and thought I’d try its tools.)
In the Columbia Spectator today, Bedbugs spread, residents criticize city’s inaction:
…to reduce “the amount of salt in packaged and restaurant food by 25 percent over the next five years” was announced today.
A New York resident shared this letter. November 24, 2009 Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg City Hall New York, New York 10007
This year we saw small signs of what I thought was a new empathetic and knowledgeable grasp of the bed bug issues by NYC public health officials.
The members of the Bed Bug Advisory Board have been appointed and will meet this week. The Mayor appointed Gil Bloom of Standard Pest Management, Richard Cooper of Cooper Pest Solutions, and Jody L. Gangloff-Kaufmann of the NY State IPM … Continue reading
New York vs Bed Bugs co-founder Lisa wrote a letter in support of Lou Sorkin’s appointment to the New York City Bed Bug Advisory Board:
Do you remember our old bed bug task force letter writing campaign?