North Muskegon, Michigan to Consider “Pit Bull” Restrictions and/or Outright Ban
From the Muskegon Chronicle:
“During Monday’s council work session, council members could not agree on banning certain breeds such as pit bulls, and whether owners walking their pets should have a specific length of leash.
But in light of increased concerns from citizens, such as the safety of children who live or play near aggressive dogs, the council agrees that the existing ordinance needs to be amended.”
Read the rest of this article here.
The North Muskegon City Council Public Safety Committee will discuss the animal ordinance at City Hall, Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 3 p.m. Please send your polite and respectful opposition letters to:
City of North Muskegon
1502 Ruddiman Dr.
North Muskegon, MI 49445
Phone: (231) 744 – 1621
Fax: (231) 744 – 0367
General Information: email@example.com
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