Lowell, MA: Council to consider BSL, May 24

On May 24, Lowell, MA city council will hear a report from the Public Safety Committee regarding a proposed breed-specific ordinance. The city has been considering BSL for quite a while, and is expected to move forward with the proposed BSL. Locals are encouraged to communicate politely and respectfully with the council, to ask them to move away from the breed-specific laws that have failed in Boston and nearby communities.

The council meeting takes place on May 24 at 6:30 PM at City Hall, 2nd Floor, Council Chambers, 375 Merrimack St., Lowell, MA.

Online contact form for the Lowell, MA city council:
Richard Johnson, City Clerk, 375 Merrimack Street, 1st Floor, Room 31, Lowell, MA 01852
(978) 970-4161, voice
(978) 970-4162, fax
Council meeting minutes and agendas: http://www.lowellma.gov/govt

All alerts for Lowell: http://stopbsl.com/?s=lowell

One response to “Lowell, MA: Council to consider BSL, May 24

  1. Breed Specific Bans is not the answer!!! Put laws in to place to make ALL owners responsible for their pets. It’s the irresponsible ppl who raise them, NOT THE DOGS!