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Resident Seeks Help From City Regarding Animal Shelter

June 7th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Feeling that his concerns are being ignored by the Allegany County Commissioners- city resident Kenneth Wilmot is now seeking help from the Cumberland Mayor and City Council to address what he says are a myriad of problems at the Allegany County Animal Shelter. Wilmot, for more than a year, has been complaining about what he believes is an operation that is failing on many levels. He has accused Animal Control of not doing its job when it comes to stray cats and dogs. The Shelter and Animal Control is a county operation, and does not answer to the city. Councilman Harold “Butch” Hendershot told Wilmot that it appears as though the majority of citizens are happy with the current system…

 



2 Responses to “Resident Seeks Help From City Regarding Animal Shelter”

  1. June 07, 2012 at 10:06 am, Danielle said:

    If he feels there are “myriad of problems” at the Allegany County Animal Shelter. Maybe instead of using all his time and energy going to the Mayor and City Council he should use it down at the shelter helping fix what he think is a “myriad of problems” .

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  2. June 07, 2012 at 11:18 am, Robin L. Busch said:

    This really doesn’t state what issues this man had with
    Animal Shelter. I did call the Animal Shelter once
    about stray cats in our neighborhood. and. was
    upset with the fact that I was told that I. had to catch
    these stray cats myself and that. I. had to pay a re-
    fundable. deposit. On a cage. to catch cats.

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