The city has launched a pilot program aimed at controlling the rat population in rodent-infested areas.

Beginning next month, city health inspectors will be fanning out in neighborhoods that have an abundance of rats.

The Department of Health will focus on areas such as the public housing complex on Webster Avenue, where the rodents are known to burrow and breed.

Health officials...

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