Frostburg, MD Considers BSL
From the Cumberland Times-News:
“Numerous pit bull owners and their supporters attended the Frostburg mayor and council meeting Thursday, opposing any ordinance that would prohibit ownership of the breed in the Mountain City.
At the request of Public Safety Commissioner John Ralston, city officials began public discussion about potential regulation of dangerous or vicious breeds of dogs. No restrictions have yet been proposed.
…The mayor and council will discuss Thursday’s public comments when they meet in public work session Aug. 16 to determine if an ordinance will be prepared. Any draft ordinance would then be publicly aired at the Sept. 18 work session and additional public comment taken at the September and October public meetings.
Read this article in its entirety here.
Please contact the Frostburg City Council via their web page or at the following addresses and politely tell them that breed-specific legislation is ineffective and unenforceable:
P. O. Box 440, Community Center, 27 South Water St., Frostburg, MD 21532
(301) 689-6000; fax: (301) 689-2840
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