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Protect the eagles

| Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

Thanks for the article “Poison called threat to bald eagle family” (May 6) about the now-defunct recycling center in Pittsburgh's Hazelwood section and the Hays bald eagles and their three eaglets.

Here's hoping that the City of Pittsburgh, the Allegheny County Health Department, the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the new owners of the recycling center follow through with their plan to rid the neighborhood of rodents in a safe and effective way.

What a black eye it would be for something tragic to happen to this bald eagle family when so much has been made about them coming back to live in the Pittsburgh area.

Deborah M. Franzetta

South Huntingdon Township

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