Solebury ponders action against deer February 6, 2013 Pennsylvania

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Solebury ponders action against deer February 6, 2013 Pennsylvania,
At their meeting on Tuesday, the supervisors agreed to spend $7,000 to count the number of deer in the township this winter and spring, as well as create the necessary documentation should the township later agree to a deer-hunting program... The township last sought to reduce the number of deer in the township in 2007, when there were about 155 deer per square mile, said Michael Kennerley, chairman of the deer committee. Afterward, the number dropped to 99 deer per square mile.  Ever since, the number has been increasing, rising from 99 to 105 that following year and then ever upward until the most recent estimate of 141 deer per square mile

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