County Commissioners are no closer to resolving animal control issues than they were before a lengthy discussion at a Tuesday, Nov. 27 evening meeting. The board voted to table a recommended ordinance from a committee that spent six months developing the proposal.
Key elements of the proposed ordinance included the humane treatment of animals, adoptions, vaccinations, and would require pet owners to exercise disposal of animal waste in public areas.
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