Kearney, MO: Council to vote on BSL repeal, July 18

Kearney, MO council has been asked by a resident to repeal their breed ban. The board of aldermen has agreed to consider the request—and has been collecting public input on the subject. The board will discuss and vote on the repeal during the council meeting on July 18 at 6:30 PM at city hall.

Kearney residents had the opportunity to voice their opinions about possible repeal of BSL via a survey in their water bills. Residents may also fill out this online form:

This is a great opportunity to educate the board 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
City Clerk  Joan Updike, (816) 903-4726,
(You may send correspondence to the city clerk and ask that it be handed out to the council members and mayor. )

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‘Ruff’ decision

By Kevin M. Smith
POSTED: 10:47 am CDT July 13, 2011

The past two Kearney Board of Aldermen meetings have brought audience members who don’t usually attend those meetings. While the topic of their interest has not been on the agenda, they have been awaiting such a discussion.

They have been proponents of repealing the pit bull ban in Kearney.

Such a discussion and vote is scheduled for the next Kearney Board of Aldermen meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 18, at Kearney City Hall, 100 E. Washington St. […]

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