This list is the best! I'll let you know what our engineers say.  Thank you.

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On Oct 4, 2016, at 11:13 AM, Voron, Joel 
<jvo...@cwf.org<mailto:jvo...@cwf.org>> wrote:


Are there sewer pits in the building?  They can come in on the underside of a 
pallet and settle in sewer pits quite easily as well.


Joel Voron   Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

  Conservation Dept.

     Integrated Pest Management

      Office 757-220-7080

        Cell 757-634-1175

          E-Mail jvo...@cwf.org<mailto:jvo...@cwf.org>


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Subject: [pestlist] ? about cockroaches

Dear List –

My head of security has come to us with an issue.  Apparently, they are being 
overrun with giant cockroaches (water bugs) in the basement and apparently it 
is starting to creep up to the first floor.  There is no construction going on, 
and the café kitchen has apparently never been cleaner.  Thoughts as to what a 
sudden influx of these pests might be indicating?  Thanks in advance.

Lisa Bruno
Carol Lee Shen Chief Conservator

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