Why is it necessary to reduce the size of Mt. Lebanon's deer herd?
Wildlife experts have determined that there are more deer per square mile than the community can accommodate. An overabundance of deer in a highly developed area such as Mt. Lebanon leads to property damage and an increase in vehicular collisions. Too many deer per square mile also means that there is not enough food to support the deer population.

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1. How do I find out about taxes specific to Mt. Lebanon?
2. Why is it necessary to reduce the size of Mt. Lebanon's deer herd?
3. Who made the decision to cull the herd, and was the public consulted?
4. Why is the dye test program in effect?
5. What's the problem if my conductors or area drains are connected to the sanitary sewer?
6. Is there a specific ordinance that regulates development in Mt. Lebanon?
7. Do I need a permit for a fence?
8. Do I need a permit to install or replace an air conditioning system?