Kearney, MO: Opportunity to repeal BSL

Kearney, MO council has been asked by a resident to repeal their breed ban. The council has agreed to consider the request—and has asked for public input on the subject. This is a great opportunity to educate city council on the failures of BSL, and encourage them to move toward breed-neutral measures of animal control.

Kearney, Missouri City Hall
100 E Washington St., Kearney, MO 64060
816-628-4142
City Clerk  Joan Updike, (816) 903-4726, jupdike@ci.kearney.mo.us
(You may send correspondence to the city clerk and ask that it be handed out to the council members and mayor. )

Next council meeting: June 20, 6:30 PM at City Hall. Council is not likely to revisit the issue until July, but citizens may speak at any council meeting.

City seeks input on pit bull issue

By Staff

Mayor Bill Dane said the Kearney Board of Aldermen would revisit the pit bull ban issue in a month.

After a local resident pleaded her case at the meeting Monday, June 6, for the city to lift the ban so her dog could return home, Dane asked board members to gather feedback from their constituents and for city staff to research what other cities do.[…]

Full article retrieved 6/8/11 from http://www.kccommunitynews.com/kearney-courier/28161061/detail.html

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One response to “Kearney, MO: Opportunity to repeal BSL

  1. selwyn marock

    The more I read this B.S. The more I see the total similiarity to Adolph Hitler and his neo-Nazis policies.It is Bloody Sick.