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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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Contact Information
If you have questions, please email or call:
Amanda Kennedy Director of Animal Care and Control

Commission information

4 years
Total Seats:

Current members

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