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Bristol, CT council appears to have given up on a proposal to restrict certain breeds of dogs. No Dog Ban in Bristol The city’s ordinance committee formally rejected the idea. By Debra Bogstie | Thursday, Dec 22, 2011 | Updated … Continue reading
Twenty days after I sent to the Bristol mayor a request for clarification/more information, I have received the following email from David Mills, the councilman identified in the Bristol Press as the official who suggested a “ban on dangerous breeds.” … Continue reading
The Ordinance Committee meets next on December 21 at 4:30 PM in City Hall Meeting Room 1. The committee may discuss Councillor David Mills’ suggestion to institute a breed ban on “dangerous breeds.” The proposal is in a very early stage, so … Continue reading
Update 11/15/11: We are hearing rumors that the Ordinance Committee is postponing any discussion until next month. We encourage people to attend the meeting nevertheless, and to continue corresponding with city officials, to make sure officials are fully aware of the … Continue reading
A brief news snippet in the Bristol Press last week stated that Bristol, CT, is considering banning “dangerous breeds.” Although the snippet promised a longer article with more details over the weekend, the Bristol Press never delivered anything more, and I … Continue reading
Happy New Year! Here are some of the stories and alerts StopBSL covered in 2011. It was a busy year. Many thanks to all of you who have participated in public dialogue, communicated with elected officials, spread the word about breed-specific proposals, and worked diligently … Continue reading