2. Yet another proposal to make things worse.
3. Attendance procedures.
1. The vile animal / environmental situation in Cambridge, MA, USA.
Cambridge, MA, USA has draconian limits on the public behavior of dogs.
They, of course, are deliberately starving the 34 year resident gaggle of the Charles River White Geese by the bizarre and massive wall they built between Magazine Beach and the Charles River. They are considering worse attacks on them and are "neutral" toward outrages included in Ch. 286, of the Massachusetts Acts of 2014, "Historic Parkways". They paid for a mass pogrom of animals resident in 3.4 acres of the Alewife Reservation.
We have reported multiple animal abuse and environmental outrages at http://charlesriverwhitegeeseblog.blogspot.com/2015/05/charles-river-more-money-for.html.
Cambridge’s abuse of animals could be ramped up by a proposal in front of the City Council Monday night, June 22, 2015, at 5:30 pm.
This evening will see a proposal to cut back the kill day for strays held by the City of Cambridge from 10 days to 7 days.
This is in "Policy Order #10" concerning "Animal Control Regulations.
The motion by Councilor Carlone and Vice Mayor Benzan would move forward "proposed amendments to Chapter 6.04 [of the Municipal Code] entitled ‘Animal Control Regulations’".
The descriptive document is posted at http://www2.cambridgema.gov/CityOfCambridge_Content/documents/PO10.pdf.
The next to the last paragraph on the first page is the description. Some bureaucrat considers it "unnecessary" to refrain from killing for 10 days and wants it reduced to 7 days. See the above link for so many other items of destruction of "unnecessary" parts of our world.
The key provision with changes is further in the document on page 7 (unnumbered pages). It is section 6.04.030.C. I tried to copy it here, but was able to.
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