Over the last week, the media and a few authorities have continually raised the question of whether “pit bulls” should be banned in Kalamazoo. This follows a recent tragic infant death by dog in Kalamazoo.
Locals are encouraged to reach out to lawmakers in Kalamazoo and guide the discussion toward effective, reasonable breed-neutral measures.
The City Commission meets on the first, third and fifth Monday of the month. This issue is currently NOT on the agenda. Next city commission meetings: Feb 28 (special meeting), Mar 7 (business meeting).
View all agendas here: http://www.kalamazoocity.org/portal/government.php?page_id=922
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Should Pit Bulls Be Outlawed
Posted Wednesday February 23, 2011
KALAMAZOO (WKZO) — The tragic death of a newborn mauled by a pit bull in Kalamazoo over the weekend has some city officials asking the question, should Kalamazoo follow other cities like Denver and outlaw pit bulls? […]
Full article posted 2/24/11 at http://wtvbam.com/news/articles/2011/feb/23/should-pit-bulls-be-outlawed/