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Potential Bylaw Changes that affect seasonal Residents

You can find these suggestions for change on the town of Fort Erie website.

If you live seasonally in Fort Erie, and these changes are approved, you will be under the enforcement of the Fort Erie SPCA .  They are asking for a licensing fee for your dog, even if you license your dog in the town of your primary residence. This might be a change to fight.

There are other changes that just might affect you. Take your time and check it out.

Recommendation:

That: Council directs staff to amend section 4. (b) (iv) of Consolidated By-law No. 119-97 to increase the maximum number of rescue foster dogs permitted from two (2) to five (5), and further

That: Council directs staff to amend section 4. of Consolidated By-law No. 119-97 to allow the fostering of rescue dogs on non-agricultural property, and further

That: Council directs staff to amend Consolidated By-law No. 119-97 by adding a definition of “person”, and further

That: Council directs staff to continue enforcing the applicable by-law sections for fostering rescue dogs and dog licensing, and further

That: Council directs staff to amend Exotic Animal By-law No. 146-2001, by removing Ilamas and alpacas from the prohibited list, and further

That: Council directs staff to amend Zoning By-law No. 129-90 to allow Ilamas and alpacas in agricultural and rural zones.

 

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