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City of Clay discussing dangerous animal ordinance tonight

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Tonight the Clay City Council will hold a meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Clay City Hall to re-visit the dangerous dog ordinance. 

Currently the city of Clay has a "vicious dog ordinance" in effect

At the last city council meeting people packed into city hall.  Critics say the ordinance discriminates against pit pulls.  It places a ban on pit bulls and pit bull mixes.

Council members heard from people not happy about a vicious dog ordinance aimed at getting dogs characterized as aggressive under control.

The law will grandfather-in pre-existing dogs in the area... But no one is allowed to bring in any future pit mixes.

The city of Springville is also considering a similar ordinance.  Their meeting is sculled for Tuesday, July 2nd, at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.

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