Signs and animals had been matters of consideration at Monday evening’s Sheridan City Council assembly. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the main points.
The Council authorized third and last studying of ordinance #2233, which offers with animals at massive, aggressive animals and cruelty/neglect of animals. Prior to approval of the ordinance, an modification that may have prohibited the declawing of cats throughout the City failed to move by a vote of 5 to 2, with Councilors Jacob Martin and Shawn Day voting in favor of the modification that may have basically deemed cat declawing as animal cruelty. Councilor Day mentioned in his eyes, it’s certainly animal cruelty.
Councilor Steve Brantz mentioned why he voted towards the modification.
The Council additionally voted to move first studying of an ordinance that amends the City’s present ordinance pertaining to indicators. We’ll have extra on that merchandise in addition to different information from the Council assembly in future tales.