Update 5/17: Lodi, NJ has decided to drop the breed-specific proposal.
BSL is prohibited by NJ state law. Lodi’s proposal is modeled after the ordinance in Garfield, which was shot down after massive public protest earlier this week. It is not clear whether Lodi will take the hint and remove the breed-specific language.
Contact info for Lodi city officials:
City of Lodi, New Jersey
Debra A. Cannizzo, Borough Clerk
One Memorial Drive, 2nd Floor, Room 202, Lodi, NJ 07644
Mayor Bruce Masopust, email@example.com
Deputy Mayor Paula Fiduccia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilman Thomas DeSomma, email@example.com
Councilman Marc N. Schrieks, firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilwoman Karen Viscana, email@example.com
Online contact form: http://www.lodi-nj.org/Contact/
Pit bull ordinance is modeled after Garfield’s measure
Last updated: Thursday May 13, 2010, 1:32 AM
BY SUSAN JOY CLARK
Community News (Lodi Edition)
The borough council in Lodi is discussing the possibility of an ordinance regulating pit bulls.
The ordinance, still in draft form, would require specific licensing and control requirements for pit bulls if passed.
Article retrived 5/13/10 from http://www.northjersey.com/news/93653599_Pit_bull_ordinance_is_modeled_after_Garfield_s_measure.html