Bed Bugs in Maryland

Maryland infestations of bedbugs

2014 Top 50 Most BedBug Infested Cities list.

Just like the Oscar awards ceremony and the SuperBowl, once per year it’s time for the annual Top 50 Most Bedbug Infested Cities “competition”. Can I have the envelope? please. These are the cities that will get the most local TV and newspaper coverage of the Bedbug Wars, in the next few months, on the BedBugNewsReports.com

I’m MrBedBug, Chief SpokesBug for FLfresh.com and EcoBugFREE, the BedBug Eliminator. I am a TV star on MrBedBug-TV on YouTube and Editor of the BedBug News Reports.com

Here is the List by Ranking –
[and if they moved UP+ or DOWN- from last year]

#1 – Chicago Il. [Congratulate our 2-time winner]
#2 – Los Angeles Ca. (+1)
#3 – Columbus, Ohio (+3)
#4 – Detroit Mi.(-2)
#5 – Cincinnati Oh.
#6 – Cleveland/Akron/Canton Oh. (+2)
#7 – Dayton Oh. (+4)
#8 – Washington DC. (-1)
#9 – Denver Co. (-5)
#10 – Indianapolis In. (+6)
#11 – Richmond/Petersburg Va. (+1)
#12 – Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville, NC. (+3)
#13 – Dallas/Ft. Worth Tx. (-4)
#14 – Syracuse NY. (+7)
#15 – Atlanta Ga.(+14)
#16 – Houston Tx. (+2)
#17 – New York City NY. (-7)
#18 – Seattle/Tacoma Wa. (-5)
#19 – San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose Ca. (-5)
#20 – Boston Ma. (+2)
#21 – Milwaukee Wi.(-2)
#22 – Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Fl. (+3)
#23 – Nashville Tn. (+17)
#24 – Pittsburgh Pa. (+12)
#25 – Charlotte NC. (+18)
#26 – San Diego Ca.(+6)
#27 – Baltimore Md. (-7)
#28 – Phoenix Az. (+7)
#29 – Cedar Rapids/Waterloo, Iowa (+4)
#30 – Charleston/Huntington, W.Va. (+1)
#31 – Knoxville, Tenn. (-4)
#32 – Louisville, Ky. (-2)
#33 – Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo, Mich. (+5)
#34 – Hartford/New Haven, Conn. (-8)
#35 – Champaign / Springfield, Ill. (+13)
#36 – Greenville/Spartanburg/Asheville, S.C. (+11)
#37 – Omaha, Neb. (-20)
#38 – Buffalo, N.Y. (-10)
#39 – Lincoln/Hastings/Kearney, […]

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If you think the job of being MrBedbug is bad: try being the Housing Director for a City

A small news report “leaked out” today with very little coverage. This news story “pretended” to be about Bedbugs, but it’s REALLY about something else.

I’m MrBedBug, Chief SpokesBug for FLfresh.com and EcoBugFREE, the BedBug Eliminator. I am a TV star on MrBedBug-TV and Editor of the BedBug News Reports.com

The BedBug News Reports are posted so that YOU can learn from the mistakes of OTHERS. Why repeat the same mistakes…..at least that was our [appearently questionable] logic at the time we “invented” the BBNR. We have learned you can never predict ALL the actions [and reactions] of a citizen public. Here is the latest example.

The Hagerstown [Maryland] Housing Authority is spending $100.000.oo [tax-payer] dollars/ year to fight BedBugs in public housing. It’s a battle that is hard to win, under the best of circumstances. Let me repeat, we never post these news items to make fun of or belittle “authorities”, who, [quite frankly] sometime deserve it, but there is more to the story.

WBOC TV-16 in Hagerstown is reporting that Executive Director Ted Shankle has been working to get rid of BedBugs in the agency’s 1,200 rental apartments for 4 years. When tenant will not cooperate with landlords any plans to kill a Bedbug infestation is doomed to failure.
You can read the tiny news story HERE
http://www.wboc.com/story/27528645/md-city-housing-agency-wages-4-year-bedbug-battle

WHY? [oh, why?] would someone NOT be interested in getting the BedBugs out of their life? Let me tell you. Early in the “life experiences” of [the now famous and legendary] Mr BedBug, I worked to help clean a BedBug infestation in a small public housing […]

Bedbugs in Baltimore will be keeping Lawyers fully employed.

I am Mr BedBug [Chief SpokesBug for FLfresh.com] and editor for BedBug News Reports.com We created this web site to help you learn from the mistakes of others. BedBugs in Baltimore are no different than those in news reports from Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas or Orlando. The little vampire-insects really make you “tastsy-humans” angry. The rise in BedBug infestations in Baltimore is matched only but the employment opportunities of lawyers. I’ll talk about the growing legal environment in BedBug “case law”, but first let me talk about the real issue…. preventing [or cleaning] a BedBug infestation in Baltimore.

No one wants Bedbugs. They are sneaky and scary because of myths and folklore that has popped-up in press accounts and assumptions people make. Much of what you read about BedBugs on the internet is BOGUS, so me quickly cover the facts:

Good News:….. OK, there isn’t much “good news”. BedBugs DO NOT spread disease, like mosquitos and ticks [the other human blood-suckers] and that’s about it. BedBugs are predictable, so that helps prevent more “bad news”, so lets put that on the good-side too. BedBugs have very set ways in how they live, grow, hide, breed and spread. We believe knowledge is power. The more you know about BedBugs in Baltimore homes, apartments and other locations, the more like you are to avoid an infestation, or catch, then clean a BedBug infestation quickly.

Now, the Bad News… There is LOTS of bad news about BedBugs. First, because they play “hide and seek” so well, there are NO easy, fast or simple way to KILL Bedbugs. Fortunately, You […]