A brief news snippet in the Bristol Press last week stated that Bristol, CT, is considering banning “dangerous breeds.” Although the snippet promised a longer article with more details over the weekend, the Bristol Press never delivered anything more, and I have been unable to get more info from Bristol council, so unfortunately I cannot offer any further information at this time.
Please keep in mind that journalists sometimes incorrectly report about a “dangerous breed” proposal even when the proposal under consideration is in fact breed-neutral. Bearing in mind that we do not know exactly what is really being discussed in Bristol, please keep your correspondence with city council respectful, friendly, concerned/curious, and informative.
City of Bristol, 111 North Main Street, Bristol, CT 06010
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If you are able to get more information about what is being discussed/proposed, StopBSL would appreciate an update.
City eyes ban on ‘dangerous dogs’
Thursday, October 27, 2011 5:52 PM EDT
By Steve Collins, Staff Writer
BRISTOL – The city is eyeing the possibility of banning “dangerous breeds” of dogs.
Though the city’s Ordinance Committee has only just begun talking about possible approaches to deal with potentially dangerous dogs, officials said there is a real problem that needs to be addressed. […]
Full article retrieved 11/3/11 from http://www.bristolpress.com/articles/2011/10/27/news/doc4ea99bf260316248165627.txt