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Newark, OH: Council may consider “compromise” over breed-specific ordinance

MEETING REMINDER: City Council will have it’s first reading of the revised vicious dog ordinance this evening at 7:00 PM in Council Chambers at City Hall.  Please be in attendance to show support. Newark, OH:  Council Meeting Reminder: Council will … Continue reading

Newark, OH: Council may consider “compromise” over breed-specific ordinance

Newark, OH:  Council Meeting Reminder: Council will discuss today two separate communications received pertaining to the request by citizens to repeal it’s breed specific ordinance.    Formal discussion of the proposal is not on today’s agenda, however a letter from … Continue reading

Newark, OH: Council may consider “compromise” over breed-specific ordinance

Residents of Newark, OH, have asked the city to repeal BSL. Newark city council has been extremely reluctant to consider repeal. Councilman Guthrie has suggested that the city consider a “compromise.” At this time, we do not know what that … Continue reading

Newark, OH: Council to receive report to support BSL repeal, Aug 20

Residents of Newark, OH, have asked the city to repeal BSL. The Public Safety Committee discussed the issue, but the committee decided to wait and “collect more data” before making a recommendation. (Newark city council has been extremely reluctant to consider … Continue reading

Newark, OH: Council to hear from public about possible repeal of BSL

Update 8/2/12: The Public Safety Committee did discuss the issue, but the committee decided to wait and “collect more data” before making a recommendation. News article about the meeting: http://www.newarkadvocate.com/article/20120731/NEWS01/207310303 After two Newark residents asked city council to repeal BSL … Continue reading

Newark, OH: Panel refuses to change pit bull rules (BSL upheld)

PANEL REFUSES TO CHANGE PIT BULL RULES October 13, 2009 NEWARK — Although one resident had asked Newark City Council to remove language creating restrictions on pit bull owners, the Safety Committee declined to make any changes Monday.[…] Full article … Continue reading

Newark Ohio amends breed discriminatory law

Officials in Newark Ohio voted 8-1, at their last meeting, to amend the current breed discriminatory law.  Initially this was to be the first reading of the proposal, however, council moved to make the vote final since some members of … Continue reading