moving to Seaford

I'm concerned about the creek in Seaford such as mozzies, smells etc. Does anyone have any feedback about the area?
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KaTra Feb 09, 2016
Melbourne Water has implemented mosquito larvae monitoring and coordinate management actions to control mosquito outbreaks during the warmer months of the year.
- December 2015 ​
Low number of mosquito adults and larvae found at the wetland. This indicated a low risk for mosquito outbreak.
- ​December 2014
​ Low number of mosquito adults and larvae found at the wetland. This indicated a low risk for mosquito outbreak.
- ​November 2014
Low number of mosquito adults and larvae found at the wetland. This indicated a low risk for mosquito outbreak.
- ​September 2014
​ Following significant number of mosquito larvae found throughout the wetland, larvacite briquettes were distributed to stop
larvae developing into adults for at least four months, through the summer period.
- ​December 2013
Low number of mosquito adults and larvae found at the wetland. This indicated a low risk for mosquito outbreak.
www.melbournewater.com.au/whatwedo/projectsaroundmelbourne/pages/mosquito-monitoring-and-control-at-seaford-wetlands.aspx
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