City Commission Meets, Upholds Pit Bull Ban

Joe Denoyer - March 14, 2017 7:49 pm

The Liberal City Commission met Tuesday evening for their regularly scheduled meeting and after comments from the Chief of Police, audience member Gary Cherry, and individual Commissioners, the Commission voted to uphold the Pit Bull ban in the City of Liberal.

The Commission also set the time and date for Public Hearings on Creating a Redevelopment District and two Community Improvement Districts in north Liberal for the Pinnacle Group. The Hearings will be April 26th at the regular City Commission meeting.

Commissioners also approved the funding of the SCADA System upgrade for the Water Department for $119,616.00. Funds will come from the KDHE revolving loan fund.

The Commissioners also approved the retirement of the City’s Drug Dog, Rex, and affirmed support to continue the program.

 

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