Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Animal Protection Board weighs its options

The Delaware County Animal Protection Board is weighing its options on the best way to move forward with animal control coverage.

During a recent meeting, board Chairman Thomas Judge Jr. said the board needs to decide how to proceed. He said options include moving forward with building a new animal control facility; not building the facility; scaling down the size of the proposed facility; or partnering with another agency.

“Within the next month, we need to make a decision,” said Judge during the meeting, which took place April 11 at the Upper Darby Township Municipal Building.

You can read the full article here.

As a resident of Delco, what do you think about this issue?

On another note, Delaware County Council recently approved a four-year contract for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local Union No. 77 transfer station employees.


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