If you live in or around one of the below cities, please make every effort to attend the city council meetings this week. Many people have been working extremely hard to either repeal current breed specific ordinances, or stop the passage of BSL, and your support and encouragement would be very much appreciated and really give them a big push.
Monday, December 2, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
In Parma, Ohio, a grassroots group is lobbying the city council to repeal its ban on pit bulls, enacted in 1987, in favor of breed-neutral dog regulations that place responsibility on reckless owners. Under 618.09 of the city’s code, the owning, harboring, or keeping of a pit bull within the Parma city limits is prohibited.
To date, the city council has not been very receptive to the suggestion of repealing the discriminatory ordinance, but advocates have vowed to continue their efforts…