Animals In Print
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From 11 July 2002
CHAP submitted to Akron Council as humane, successful alternatives to their kill/kill, nonproductive ordinance
A full-time Coordinator mediates cat complaints and determines the need for
simple mediation such as buying a car cover to stop cat paw prints, or for a
managed TNR program, or for sterilization services. The Coordinator would
have the ability to hand out sterilization vouchers and refer needy persons
to a sterilization program (existing programs or newly created ones for this
$30,325 Hire 1 Coordinator @ $30,325 who mediates and oversees the
Addition of one full-time Coordinator. The Coordinator could be either an
independent contractor with a signed agreement of services to perform or a
City employee. The expenses are figured on a City employee rate.
***Humane Ohio can provide free training of Coordinator on TNR, mediation and spay/neuter services.
Go on to Option 5
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