Changes to impound fees, implementing surrender fees, changing the length of time a rescue can be held at the shelter, and changing volunteer guidelines – these are some of the suggestions shared this week with Plainview City Council regarding the operation of the local animal shelter.
The council established an animal services task force in 2019 to assess animal control and animal shelter policies and operations. The task force was meant to be temporary and was to disband after one year following a presentation to the board regarding its findings.
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