According to the article below, the Quorum Court of Garland County, AR, will discuss a possible county-wide ban on “pit bulls” on September 17. I’m not sure why the date is given as September 17, since the schedule states that Quorum Court meetings are held on the second Monday of each month. Per the county website, the next meeting is scheduled for September 10 at 7:00 PM.
For clarification regarding the exact time/date of the Quorum Court meeting when this will be discussed, please contact the Quorum Court director, Rick Davis, County Judge, at (501) 622-3600 or email address RDavis@garlandcounty.org.
The Quorum Court members are Justices of the Peace and their contact information can be viewed here: http://www.garlandcounty.org/file.php?id=351 However, the most effective means of conveying your opinion about a potential breed ban or BSL would be for you to attend the upcoming Quorum Court meeting.
UPDATE: Garland County pit bull attacks bring calls for ban on breed
Posted: Aug 28, 2012 6:51 PM CDT
By Matt Johnson
[…] “We haven’t done enough to protect the people,” said Mary Bournival, Garland County Justice of the Peace.
She says a county-wide ban on pit bulls will be discussed at next Quorum Court meeting on September 17.
“I would prefer to ban the breed than to continue allowing these to happen,” said Bournival. […]
Full article retrieved 9/1/12 from http://www.katv.com/story/19401161/garland-county-pit-bull-attacks-bring-calls-for-ban-on-breed