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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Bees making their home in an unusual place in Albany.

They're constantly going in and out of the electric meter box on the back of The Insurance Exchange on North Slappey Boulevard. It's right next to Eugemar Park.

The folks at the insurance office worry about kids playing in the park, and they asked Water Gas and Light to do something about the bees.

Debrea Jones said, "I want them to get rid of the bees. The bees are a nuisance for the children in this area, so I want to get rid of the bees."

WG&L said it's not the utility's problem and suggested the office get a beekeeper to come out and take care of the pests.

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