Community Members Meet for Pet Changes for Columbia
COLUMBIA -Community members met at the Columbia ARC to discuss changes they would like to see in relation to pets Wednesday night.
The meeting was the first of its kind and had no main focus except for public feedback. Members broke up into groups and discusses issues they felt needed attention. Some issues included making a public shelter ran by the city, a 24-hour hotline pet control line, and cheaper spaying and neutering for pets.
This is was the first meeting and more are expected.Created with flickr slideshow.