Animal Writes
1 March 2000 Issue
New York State Hearings

Office of the Assembly Majority Leader Michael Bragman, Assemblywoman Deborah Glick and Assemblyman William Magee are holding a joint public hearing on Pet Population Control and Animal Shelter Overcrowding.

Purpose: to evaluate the impact and demands of pet population control issues on NY State municipalities.

It appears the hearing will focus on spay/neuter promotion, funding, legislation, and aid to animal shelters.

Date: March 9, 2000

Time: 11 AM

Place: 270 Broadway

Assembly Hearing Room on 11th Floor

New York, NY

Anyone can give oral testimony for up to 10 minutes. Everyone is urged to also submit written testimony. 10 copies of written testimony should be submitted at the hearing registration desk.

Those who want to give testimony at the hearing need to fill out a form with

Wallace John, Principal Analyst, Standing Committee on Agriculture,

Room 513 Capitol, Albany, NY 12248; (518) 455-4355, fax (518) 455-4128.

Source: "marisul" <[email protected]

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