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City puts coyote conflict strategy on hold

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 by Elizabeth Pagano

An intriguing proposal to approve a resolution that would direct the city manager to adopt a “Coyote Conflict Management Strategy” and a “Coyote Behavior Classification Chart” has been withdrawn from City Council’s Thursday agenda, disappointingly enough. The Monitor learned of the resolution, and its withdrawal, while looking over this week’s “City Council Question and Answers.” Council Member Bill Spelman asked how the resolution would change the city’s current practice. Given the withdrawal, and lack of backup, we all will be left wondering for a little longer. Perhaps the city manager is waiting to hear back from the Acme Consulting Agency?

 

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