NORWICH How do you control a large crow population and the problems they bring? That was the question one alderman recently asked at a meeting of the City of Norwich Common Council. The answer, as it turns out, may be easier than it originally appeared.
We have 160 jobs that could be leaving as a result of Procter & Gamble closing, and possibly 100 more through Camp Pharsalia, said Alderman Robert Jeffrey. We need to be able to sell Norwich to businesses looking for a place to locate. Jeffrey explained the increased crow population creates an eyesore that is one more factor to detract from the appeal of Norwich.