Bill DiSalvo has been the representative of the City of Beverly Hills as a trustee on the Los Angeles County West Vector & Vector-Borne Disease Control District, since 1992. The district maintains an aggressive control and surveillance program to suppress and monitor mosquito-borne illnesses such as the West Nile virus, Zika, Dengue fever, along with Lyme disease (ticks), Africanized honeybees, Red Imported Fire Ants (RIFA) and others. He was the first to promote the regular and continuous training of the Beverly Hills Fire, Police and Public Works employees with respect to vector & public health safety. Pictured are (from left): Executive Director of the LA County West Vector & Vector-Borne Disease Control District Bob Saviskas, Health and Safety Chair Myra Demeter, Commissioners Lisa Kay Schwartz and Daniel Nazarian, S. W. “Bill” DiSalvo, Commissioner Myra Lurie and Vice Chair Gary Ross.
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