Poll: Housing Stray Dogs in Easton
Easton City Council will hear a proposal tonight to deal with stray dogs. What do you think?
When Easton City Council meets tonight, it will hear a proposal from city Administrator Glenn Steckman on a way to deal with stray dogs.
According to the Express-Times, the proposal involves spending $12,000 to purchase a scanner that can read the computer chips some owners use to track their pets. The city would also use some of that money to set up a place to temporarily keep stray dogs.
It's the second time stray animals -- and more specifically, the city's relationship with the Center For Animal Health and Welfare -- has come before council in the last few months.
Is this something the city should be spending money on? Let us know what you think.