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Towns group favors dog license fee increase

Officials still fuming over Humane Society 'invoice'

8:56 AM, Apr. 20, 2013
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State Rep. Garey Bies Thursday told officials from half of Door County's 14 towns that he would work to make changes to state dog-licensing regulations.

A number of local officials said they're frustrated with the existing law during the quarterly meeting of the Door County Chapter of the Wisconsin Towns Association in Liberty Grove.

Although a license is required to assure that animals are current with their rabies inoculations, the existing state law sets a cap of $3 per year on what towns can charge owners of spayed and neutered pets. The fee doubles to $6 for dogs not sterilized. ...

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