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We are grateful for those that came out

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We are grateful for those that came out to the council meeting and those that spoke on WAGS behalf to hold off on a decision that could impact 10,000- 13,000 animals. The request to “Pause” the RFP so that the council members and city management would be settled and committed to the city’s welfare with intent of longevity in their positions to see and feel the outcomes made by their voting on the Animal Control Care Services Contract.
It seems to us, if the city were run like a business, any good CEO would stabilize their business leadership before engaging in new and long term ventures. Right?
WAGS will turn in its completed RFP as required. Wishing for the best and preparing for the worst. 10,000-13,000 animals lives in the balance for the upcoming years. Sad and fearful of the future… BUT grateful for those individuals that came last night. Thank you for taking the time out of your night to help protect the animals of Westminster and Stanton.

 

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