CLINTON — The city is looking for comments from residents about the possibility of enacting an ordinance requiring the mandatory spaying or neutering of pets, particularly cats.
Since assuming office, mayor Carolyn Peters has received more complaints about the local population of stray and feral cats than about anything else, she said earlier this week. So, she is asking what residents feel about the city enacting an ordinance that would require pet owners to have their animals spayed or neutered. Peters said such an ordinance would not apply to legitimate breeders.For the complete article see the 08-23-2013 issue.
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