Waterford Township, Michigan Decides to Keep “Pit Bull” Ban in Place for Now
Editor’s note: Once again, here is yet another community who can’t even tell what a “pit bull” is as defined by their own ordinance, and yet they vote to keep their ineffective ban in place anyway. Astounding.
From the Oakland Press:
The Waterford Township board has decided to leave its 23-year-old pit bull ban ordinance alone for now.
The board had posted a discussion as the last item on its agenda Monday, and a two-hour discussion from mainly pit bull supporters ensued.
The ordinance has come under fire since late 2011 when a Waterford woman, Mary Dunham — accused of owning a pit bull — said she believed the 1990 ban should be changed. Her dog was tested and found to be a Labrador-boxer mix.
Dunham organized O.D.O.G.S. (Oakland County Dog Ownership Group and Specialists) to brainstorm alternate ideas for Waterford, including substituting guidelines for responsible pet ownership for the existing ban…
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