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Brownstown Dog Shelter Proposal Put On Hold
Updated December 17, 2014 9:39 AM
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(BROWNSTOWN) - The Jackson County Board of Commissions put on hold a proposal for dog shelter.

Debbie Hackman asked the commissioners if it would OK allowing for construction of the low-kill shelter next to the jail in Brownstown.

She also asked for approval to create a fund with the Community Foundation of Jackson County to accept donations to help cover the $200,000 cost of the 5,922-square-foot block building, which would house up to 200 dogs. The fund would allow anyone to make tax-deductible donations to the project.

But the commissioners put the request on hold for now.



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