Alderman take look at dangerous dog regulations

By JACK TANNEHILL,

There wasn’t a whole lot of business conducted at last week’s June meeting of the Union Board of Aldermen.

It was primarily a discussion of several issues.

The Aldermen considered a dangerous dog ordinance prepared by City Attorney Doug Smith. The proposal labels dogs as dangerous if they attack, bite, or injure people.

 

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