Despite California’s drought offering mosquitoes fewer areas to breed, the Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District has reported a 42 percent increase in requests from people in the two counties for help with mosquitos, which propagate in open pools of water. The district received 23 calls from West Marin in the first part of 2013, but this . . .

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