Stratham, NH: Selectmen to hear public concerns about dogs, March 12

For locals and residents of Stratham, you may wish to attend this public meeting in order to better assess the situation. We do NOT know if BSL will be suggested, but considering the incident that prompted the public meeting, there’s a possibility.

As always, please be respectful and helpful if you correspond with town officials or speak at the meeting.

Selectmen to hear concerns from public after pit bull attack

March 09, 2012 2:00 AM

STRATHAM — The Board of Selectmen will host a public session at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 12 for residents and dog owners to ask questions and express concerns.

[…] If residents express concerns to change town ordinances regarding animals, depending on the ordinance, it may require a vote at the Town Meeting or at least a public hearing process to be scheduled at a later date. […]

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. on Monday, preceding the Board of Selectmen meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Municipal Center on 10 Bunker Hill Ave.

Full article retrieved 3/10/12 from http://www.seacoastonline.com/articles/20120309-NEWS-203090333

Thanks to Kathy for sending us this news item.

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One response to “Stratham, NH: Selectmen to hear public concerns about dogs, March 12

  1. it is not the breed itis the deed!!! YOU MUST UNDERSTAND, YOU NEED TO GO AFTER THE PEOPLE THAT FIGHT AND USE AND ABUSE THESE DOGS,not the dogs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! dont you people get that??