Wentzville, MO: City will officially propose BSL repeal, Feb 29

Wentzville, MO, is ready to officially introduce an overhauled animal control ordinance, which will also repeal the city’s BSL, on Feb 29. At that meeting, it may possibly be read three times and passed; or council may schedule the vote for March 15.

Read the current proposal here: http://wentzvillemo.iqm2.com/citizens/FileOpen.aspx?Type=4&ID=10169

Contact city officials: http://www.wentzvillemo.org/mayor-and-alderman.aspx

All alerts for Wentzville: http://stopbsl.com/?s=wentzville

Pit Bull Ordinance Repeal Nears Official Introduction

New policy could become law as early as next week.

By Brian Feldt

Wentzville’s Board of Aldermen appear confident enough in the new animal control policy that it plans to officially read it into record for the first time at its next scheduled meeting on Feb. 29. […]

At that point, the board could rush the policy through by reading it all three times and passing it that night or waiting until its regulary scheduled meeting on March 15 to make it law. […]

Full article retrieved 2/23/12 from http://wentzville.patch.com/articles/pit-bull-ordinance-repeal-nears-official-introduction

One response to “Wentzville, MO: City will officially propose BSL repeal, Feb 29

  1. Good to hear good News at the start of the day.