Sterling Heights, MI: BSL proposal vote delayed until Feb.

Pit bull restrictions proposal delayed in Sterling Heights

By CECIL ANGEL and TAMMY STABLES BATTAGLIA
FREE PRESS STAFF WRITERS
Posted: Dec. 8, 2010

The Sterling Heights City Council decided Tuesday night to delay action on an ordinance to regulate pit bulls in the city, including restricting them to one per household and requiring the owners to have $250,000 in liability insurance.

“There are too many issues that have to be resolved,” Councilwoman Barbara Ziarko said. Action on the issue was postponed until Feb. 1.[…]

Full article retrieved 12/8/10 from http://www.freep.com/article/20101208/NEWS04/12080442/1006/news04/Pit-bull-restrictions-proposal-delayed-in-Sterling-Heights

Council ponders, postpones pit bull ordinance introduction

By Cortney Casey
C & G Staff Writer

STERLING HEIGHTS — […] Council members supporting the delay said they wanted to take a closer look at the proposed regulations after a series of speakers, many wearing stickers declaring opposition to breed-specific legislation or “BSL,” urged them to apply stricter standards to all dog owners, not just people with pit bulls.[…]

Full article retrieved 12/8/10 from http://www.candgnews.com/Homepage-Articles/2010/12-9-10/Sterling-pit-bull-ordinance.asp

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One response to “Sterling Heights, MI: BSL proposal vote delayed until Feb.

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