Baldwin City to move forward with rewrite of animal control ordinance

Baldwin City pit bull owners can breathe easier after the City Council directed the city attorney to move forward with proposed revisions to the city’s animal control ordinances.

On Monday, Baldwin City Police Chief Greg Neis presented the council with a draft of a proposed revision, which he said was the result of more than two years of effort on the part of Lawrence attorney and animal rights advocate Katie Barrett, former city administrator Chris Lowe, city attorney Matt Hoy and himself, Neis said.

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