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Lakewood, OH: Council to discuss breed ban amendments, Sept 19

A Lakewood city council committee has “clarified”—but did not repeal—the language of their two-year-old breed ban on “pit bulls” and “canary dogs.” The city council will now discuss the committee amendments during the council meeting on September 19 at 7:30 PM, Lakewood … Continue reading

Lakewood, OH: Breed ban language clarified

A Lakewood city council committee has “clarified”—but did not repeal—the language of their two-year-old breed ban on “pit bulls” and “canary dogs.” The clarification effort was prompted by a couple of lawsuits against the city. The new amendments to the breed ban … Continue reading

Lakewood, OH: Breed ban language to be clarified

In response to a lawsuit, Lakewood city council intends to “clarify”—not repeal—the language of their two-year-old breed ban. Ironically, the Public Safety Committee will rewrite the language, but does not intend to examine the effectiveness of the ban in terms … Continue reading

Lakewood, OH: Lawsuit filed against city due to “pit bull” ban

Read a copy of the suit filed in Cuyahoga County, Ohio Common Pleas Court: http://www.lovelakewood.com/pdf/dog/100319_pitbull_court.pdf An excerpt of the case (visit the link for the full post): http://www.lovelakewood.com/blog/2010/03/30/citys-enforcement-of-pit-bull-ban-draws-lawsuit/ Former Lakewood resident Leonard Shelton alleges that he suffered “economic damages, psychological … Continue reading

Lakewood, OH: Lakewood Pit Bull Registration Deadline Is December 6th

http://lakewoodobserver.com/news-releases/2008-11/337 Lakewood Pit Bull Registration Deadline Is December 6th Lakewood Observer – City Hall, November 25, 2008 Lakewood residents are reminded that they must register their pit bull/canary dog with the City by December 6, 2008. In July, Lakewood City … Continue reading

Ohio: Efforts underway to repeal local BSL

With the effective date for the repeal of state-level BSL just a few months away, Ohio residents must now turn to a much more difficult task: tackling the BSL and breed bans that are embedded in city and county ordinances … Continue reading