Overland, MO: Breed ban repealed

Overland city council is confirmed to have repealed the breed-specific portion of their newly passed animal ordinances. Thank you to all of those citizens who spoke out at the meetings and wrote to the councilmembers—the ban was repealed because of you.

It is also important to recognize city councilmembers’ willingness to receive public feedback and reconsider their actions. You may contact Overland city officials below:
City Hall, 9119 Lackland Road, Overland, MO 63114
(314) 428-4321
Fax (314) 428-3515
Directory (phone and email) for mayor and council: http://overlandmo.org/Directory.aspx?did=7

City ordinance won’t single out pit bulls

Post-Dispatch
Wednesday, November 16, 2011 12:00 am

Overland City Council revised on Monday night an ordinance passed in September that would have imposed restrictions on pit bulls new to the city beginning Jan. 1. Instead, the city will restrict “dangerous” animals, designated by unprovoked severe or repeat attacks on people or animals. […]

Read more: http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/overland-city-ordinance-won-t-single-out-pit-bulls/article_369480ca-0ffc-11e1-b211-0019bb30f31a.html#ixzz1dvLd3BtT

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2 responses to “Overland, MO: Breed ban repealed

  1. Mazeltov to all the council that were responsible for coming to their senses.

  2. Congrats Overland!