Home bee removal

I knew that my neighborhood was having a residential bee removal when I saw a whole bunch of people going out in their fancy bee costumes and with their fancy nets; My neighborhood has a bee and wasp removal happens every few months or so; I see them come out and unfasten all kinds of wasps and bees… Bumble bees, honey bees and redjackets especially. I’m not absolutely sure what they do with them, but whoever decided to unfasten them must not like them undoubtedly much, and the process of removing the bees from the entire community usually seems to take about 3 afternoons, and while we were in that time, the beekeepers and exterminators block the road. It’s kind of discouraging and I wonder if the community gets complaints about that. I decided to learn more and it seemed like most people had mixed feelings! Some people were undoubtedly cheerful to have all bees and wasps resituated, while others didn’t like it. I found out that all bees and wasps that are taken are resituated, so none of them are killed, which is nice. I will just be cheerful when they are done, so my life can resume as normal and I won’t have to worry about bees for awhile, however overall I would say I am neutral with bee removing. I guess it can be beneficial, like helping the bee population, but It can also be harmful when they spray chemicals in the air. I had 1 wasp nest unfastend from the yard and after that, I didn’t have any more troubles! Hopefully when they’re done I can resume normal interest.
Yellow Jacket