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Final vote expected on tethering ordinance



Durham County Commissioners decided at work session yesterday to put the proposed animal tethering ordinance on their agenda for Sept. 8. You can read it here: proposed tethering ordinance amendments.

The Indy has extensively covered the issue, including a lengthy and emotional public hearing last week at which more than 70 people spoke in favor of banning the unattended tethering in Durham County. About a half-dozen opponents of the ordinance also spoke, but at least two of them were from outside the county.

Next week's Commissioner's meeting begins at 7 p.m. at 200 E. Main St.

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