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Brunswick County looks to change dangerous dog ordinances

Brunswick County is getting closer to changing its ordinances regarding dangerous dogs. Health director Don Yausey told the Brunswick Board of Health Monday night that attorneys are reviewing the language of the ordinance, attempting to work out the kinks. Yausey expects the new ordinances to be placed on the agenda of a county commission meeting in the near future. In a nutshell, Brunswick County is trying to employ a dangerous dog appeals system that would be similar to the one New Hanover County uses.

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This is something that should have been done long ago, right now if you appeal-MR YOUSEY will let you know he makes the calls and none have ever been changed . Would that have anything to do with the fact he sits at the head of the table and runs the appeal? Not only do the laws need to change so does the lead of the health dept!