Troy, MO: Resident group wants breed ban repealed

A Troy, MO, group of residents has approached council to ask them to consider repealing the city’s breed ban, which was passed in 2009.

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Contact info for mayor and city council:
Troy City Hall, 800 E Cap au Gris, Troy, MO 63379
Tel: 636-528-4712;;;;;;

The Troy Board of Aldermen meets the third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. inside Troy City Hall at 800 Cap Au Gris.
Next city council meeting: August 16.

Group petitions for change in current pit bull ban ordinance

Posted on Monday, July 23, 2012 at 9:17 am

A group asking the Troy City Board of Aldermen to consider making changes to the current pit bull ban ordinance brought their concerns before the officials last week. […]

Mayor Cross thanked the concerned citizens for their comments adding the city will include those comments as part of a review of the ordinance by officials and city attorney. The issue will probably be placed on next month’s agenda.

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One response to “Troy, MO: Resident group wants breed ban repealed

  1. how ignorant can man be to want to ban a certain breed of dog for their own inadequesies… you ppl need to deal with the real problem and that is man itself…the scum that use and abuse these precious dogs for mans own self gain ..fighting…for status…you will solve no problem by banning a breed …its not the breed its the bloody ppl ….. are you that ignorant you dont realise this….. man was not put on earth to play GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!