City council defeats animal-at-large proposal

The Green River City Council defeated proposed changes to the city's animal-at-large rules after a second reading of the proposal.

The ordinance proposed was aimed to clear up the city's animal-at-large ordinance in Sections 6-1 and 6-2 in the city's code of ordinances. Councilman Gary Killpack spoke against the ordinance amendments, saying the city's current ordinances already address how a pet owner should legally keep control of their animals.

"My position is that's already in the ordinance. We don't need to change the ordinance," Killpack said.

Acting Chief of Police Shaun Sturlaugson said...

 

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