Deer death sentences on hold? (GA)

The Fayette County Board of Commissioners heard at its Oct. 13 regular meeting from about a dozen people who said they were speaking “for the deer,” but took no action.   A recent decision by the homeowners association board of the Whitewater Creek subdivision in south Fayette County to eradicate deer in the area has raised the ire of a number of residents from multiple neighborhoods. Some of them spoke to the commissioners during the meeting’s regular comment time and asked them not to allow such an activity where it falls under their jurisdiction. The item was not on the meeting agenda.     Read the article………..

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