During a city council meeting in March, council discussed possible revisions to Fulton’s animal control ordinance. The possibility of BSL was raised at that time, and the council formed a dog ordinance committee.
Council is scheduled to receive an update on the dog ordinance committee on June 28. It is not clear at this time what that update will cover. Residents and locals may wish to attend in order to express continued opposition to BSL and to monitor the progress and intentions of the dog ordinance committee.
From the June 28 agenda:
8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
a) Update by Councilman Pautz on the Dog Committee meeting held on Thursday, June 16th
The city council meeting will take place on June 28 at 6:30 PM, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 18 E. 4th Street, Fulton, MO.
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