People who live in the gypsy moth treatment area along the eastern edge of Salt Lake County can study materials on the problem and proposed solution at the East Mill Creek Library, 2266 Evergreen Ave., and the Holladay Library, 2150 E. 48th South.

Copies of the inspection certificate are also available to the public, according to Van Burgess, Utah Department of Agriculture director of plant industry. He said the certificate is required when people move boats, RVs, lumber, camping gear and tree cuttings out of the quarantine area in the Mount Olympus Cove neighborhood.Some of the gypsy moth information available at the libraries are copies of the U.S. Department of Agriculture publications "Don't Move Gypsy Moth: A Job Aid To Help Inspectors Find and Treat All Stages of the Gypsy Moth," and an environmental assessment of the spray program, and a copy of the agreement between the Utah Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Forest Service for the program.