Exeter, CA: New ordinance is not breed-specific

Exeter City Council members meet in public session at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 127 North F St., Exeter. Information: 592-3710.

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Exeter takes new look at dog law; City Council to check out revised ordinance Tuesday

BY GERALD CARROLL • gcarroll@visalia.gannett.com • April 24, 2010

Exeter officials have taken the bite out of a proposed vicious-dog ordinance by making it nonbreed-specific, interim city administrator Felix Ortiz reported Friday.

Full story retrieved April 25, 2010 from http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/article/20100424/NEWS01/4240315

2 responses to “Exeter, CA: New ordinance is not breed-specific

  1. Laurel M. Ashley

    Of course citizens want to control dangerous dogs but they are misguided and mistaken if they think that is any specific breed(s).
    I applaud those who want to apply logic and reason to the situation and craft a law that is effective and fair and recognizes that it is actions and not the appearance of a dog that defines dangerousness.

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