Sunday, December 7, 2014

Long Beach moves forward on MSN/sales bans

Despite letters of opposition from CFODC and other groups, and speakers against the proposal, this was the City Council's decision.

CITY OF LONG BEACH
333 W. OCEAN BOULEVARD
COUNCIL CHAMBER, 5:00 PM
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2014
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
REGULAR AGENDA
DEPARTMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS:
Recommendation to request City Manager and City Attorney to return in
90 days with a draft ordinance making it mandatory for dog owners to
spay or neuter their pets unless they possess a medical exclusion or
breeding permit from the Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine,
Animal Care Services Bureau;
Request City Manager to include recommendations for supporting the
successful introduction and implementation of the Mandatory Spay &
Neuter Ordinance, including but not limited to public education,
spay/neuter vouchers, mobile services and enforcement through
administrative citations and license canvassing; and
Request City Attorney to draft an ordinance making it unlawful to sell
dogs, cats or rabbits in any pet shop, retail business, or other commercial
establishment, unless they were (1) obtained from the city animal shelter,
humane society, or nonprofit rescue organization or (2) bred on the
premises possessing a breeding permit.
14-0970
8.
VICE MAYOR SUJA LOWENTHAL,
COUNCILMEMBER, SECOND DISTRICT;
COUNCILWOMAN SUZIE A. PRICE, THIRD
DISTRICT; COUNCILWOMAN STACY
MUNGO, FIFTH DISTRICT

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