Update 7/22/11: The group claims to have collected 1,000 signatures in support of BSL. The petition will be presented to city council today.
Residents in and around Savannah, please attend upcoming city council meetings to help guide city council response away from breed-specific laws and toward effective breed-neutral options.
Town hall meeting tonight, July 13, 7 PM at Savannah Civic Center.
City Council meeting July 14 and July 28, 2 PM in Council Chambers, City Hall, Second Floor.
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Mayor Otis Johnson, Ph.D, firstname.lastname@example.org
Edna B. Jackson, EdnaJackson3@comcast.net
Jeff Felser, email@example.com
Van R. Johnson, II, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Osborne, email@example.com
Larry Stuber, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Ellen Sprague, email@example.com
Clifton Jones, Jr., firstname.lastname@example.org
Tony Thomas, email@example.com
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Savannah pit bull attacks spark response
Posted: July 13, 2011 – 12:24am
By Eric Curl and Jan Skutch
[…] Cheryl LaBon, founder and CEO of Women of Wisdom, said her group wants to gather 1,000 signatures by Friday on a “Justice for Javon Petition” to require pit bull owners to keep their dogs in 8-by-12 foot pens in yards in neighborhoods where children 15 and younger live.
Those petitions will be presented to Savannah officials on Monday, she said. City officials previously have said they are reviewing local dog ordinances.[…]
Full article retrieved 7/13/11 from http://savannahnow.com/news/2011-07-13/savannah-pit-bull-attacks-spark-response