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10:04 am
Thu November 1, 2012

Rats! What Will KCMO Do About The Sewers?

What's the most common rat in Kansas City these days? Tipping the scales at 10-17 ounces and a nasty little 7-10-inch body, it's the Norway rat.

In the first part of Thursday's Up to Date, we'll talk with Michael Swoyer, the supervisor of the Kansas City Health Department's rat-control program about how sewer construction might affect the rat population.

For another perspective on the story, also check out Charles Ferruzza's article in the The Pitch.

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