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I would like to see the upper level of the canal stocked with catfish and hydrilla eating carp. Red hats could be given out at soup kitchen with hook and line. Cain poles would be donated from home owners who want Cain removed from their property. The hats would help identify homeless population and would be a good tool for police. This would be at little cost and would help benefit the community.
The fish could be donated to the soup kitchen as long as they are fresh.