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Questions raised over city's contract with Animalkind

Mar 13, 2013 1:02 pm
Joe Gentile reports in the Register Star the new contract between the city of Hudson and Animalkind was taken up by Common Council, at a meeting held Mon., Mar. 11. Under that agreement the non-profit's annual fee to spay and neuter the city's cats was specified to increase by $2,000. Third Ward Alderman John Friedman questioned why the pending resolution did not provide the number of felines the group was committed to treat. The discussion stalled after aldermen questioned why last year's contract with Animalkind was not finalized. Common Council President Don Moore confessed he failed to catch the contract snafu, in part because Animalkind's application was delayed after it was forced to relocate due to a fire in its Warren Street space. Read the full story in the Register Star.