Animal Shelter Request On County Commission Agenda
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Nearly 1,000 people have signed a petition to request the Cannon County Commission to build and operate an animal shelter.

The petition will be presented to the commission Saturday, Oct. 16, by Mark VanZant, who says the problem of abandoned animals in the county has reached epidemic proportions.

Following is the full agenda for the meeting:

The Cannon County Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session on Saturday, October 16, 2010 in the Courtroom of the Cannon County Courthouse at 10:00 a.m.  

AGENDA  
1.    Call to order.  
2.     Roll call.  
3.     Election of Chairman.  
4.     Election of Chairman, Pro-Tem.  
5.     Reading and approval of minutes.  
6.     Reports of County Officials.  
7.    Election of Notaries.  
8.     Approve Budget Amendments.  
9.     Approval of committees for 2010-11.  
10.     Reappoint Dr. Leon Reuhland as Cannon County Medical Examiner.  
11.     Approval of County Personnel Policies.  
12.     Resolution 2010-8 approval of Ambulance Director to apply for U.S.D.A. Ambulance Grant.  
13.     Discussion and approval of Maintenance of Effort for General Purpose School Fund.  
14.     Resolution 2010-9 approval of Solid Waste Recycling Equipment Grant.  
15.     Mark VanZant to address commission concerning Animal Shelter.  
16.     Other business.  
17.     Adjourn.

MIKE GANNON
County Executive
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Members Opinions:
October 04, 2010 at 11:17am
An animal shelter is a fine idea, but they need to figure out what they're going to cut to pay for it.

There's no free lunch.
October 04, 2010 at 12:27pm
How is this effort connected to the previous effort to create an animal shelter? Who owns the property now the county originally gave to the previous effort? Were there funds created during that effort and what became of them? Can such an entity function free of local government investment and oversight? Hope Mr. VanZant has prepared his homework. Everyone agrees having such a shelter is a greatly needed venture but paying for it will be the biggest challenge. It would seem the citizens of the county should make such a decision.

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