Seward County, KS: Board to consider BSL tonight, July 5

Seward County repealed its pit bull ban back in April, but the county continued to discuss whether and how they wanted to regulate pit bull ownership.

The county board will now consider three different ordinances. They could:

  1. Ban pit bulls (again)
  2. Regulate pit bulls
  3. Regulate vicious dogs (not breed-specific)

They will consider these options tonight, July 5, at 5:30 PM at the Seward County Administration Building, Suite 206.

Tonight’s agenda may be viewed here:

Contact information for county officials
County Administrator Mary Bloomer,
C.J. Wettstein,
Ada J. Linenbroker,
Randy Malin, Vice Chair,
Doug LaFreniere,
Jim Rice, Chairman,

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515 N Washington, Suite 206, Liberal, KS 67901
Ph: (620) 626-3212
Fx: (620) 626-3397

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County looks to resolve pit bull controversy

Tuesday, 05 July 2011 10:25
By ROBERT PIERCE • Leader & Times

Tonight, Seward County commissioners are expected to consider three resolutions concerning the regulation of pit bulls and vicious dogs in the county.[…]

The first of the three ordinances being considered allows pit bulls in Seward County, but regulates them. The second addresses vicious dogs, no matter what the breed, and a third brings back a total ban of pit bulls.[…]

The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. today in the commission chambers in the Seward County Administration Building.

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