It had appeared some changes at the animal shelter would be adopted at tomorrow night’s City Council meeting.
Not so fast.
Attorney Jenni James of the Animal Legal Defense Fund, which is suing the shelter, asked the city attorney today for more public review of the proposals for shorter holding periods and a suspension of adoption fees. The city in turned pulled the items off the agenda.
So if you were going to attend tomorrow’s meeting only because of the animal-shelter items, consider this a word to the wise.