Finally a local government is "thinking" about actually doing some good.
This story is not for consumption by MarkofSeaLife. Avert your eyes Mark.
BTW, as noted in the story
"Unlike sea otters, river otters are not a protected species. The U.S. Department of Agriculture handles situations involving wildlife. Because Oak Harbor has so many otters, the USDA's plan isn't to relocate them, but to kill them."
Oak Harbor mulling whether to kill pesky otters | KING5.com Seattle
And as normal in this neck of the woods, the River Otter has supporters, jeesh (I thought there were limits to this common behavior, apparently not). Nasty flat headed bastards! (referring to the River Otter not the supporters). I would never refer to Mark as a NFHB.