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Animal Control Commission

Establish and maintain a clinic in the City at one or more locations for the purpose of offering to residents the services commonly called spaying and neutering of animals.

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Each board or commission has a specific number of members. Members go through an application process to ensure they have the expertise and passion for serving. Active members may become holdovers if their official term is up, but there is no new applicant to take their place. 

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Commission information

Current members

Member Appointed Expires Status
Carie Marie Marsh 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Gino Provenzano 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Chayla White 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Alexandra Lopez-Cuadra 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Julia Gunn 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Nancy Baker 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Caitlin Tomilinson 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Anna Rafferty-Arnold 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Kiko Bracker 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Stephanie Harris 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Lynsey Legier 11/1/2019 1/3/2022 Holdover
Christopher Arena 7/13/2020 1/3/2022 Holdover
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