Earlham, IA reminder: City to vote on animal ordinance revisions, Aug 13 (still BSL)

Earlham, IA already has BSL. They are revising their animal ordinance, but the BSL will be retained. Although the agenda has not been posted, we believe the proposed revisions will be voted on at the council meeting on August 13 at 7:00 PM. Council meetings are held at Earlham City Hall, Council Chambers, 140 South Chestnut Avenue.

To read more about Earlham’s proposed ordinance revisions or to get contact information for city officials, please visit our previous Earlham alert: https://stopbsl.org/2012/07/11/earlham-ia-city-considering-revisions-to-current-bsl-still-bsl/

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One response to “Earlham, IA reminder: City to vote on animal ordinance revisions, Aug 13 (still BSL)

  1. stephanie speltz

    i live in iowa and i am ashamed that anywhere would have such a law!! when will they owners be blamed instead of the breed of dog. it maddens me that this world can have BSL! it is just wrong n need 2 end!!