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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Dayton City Council report for July

Change for reporting non-emergency animal control complaints Moving ahead with levee system repairs


DAYTON—Dayton residents can phone the Dayton City Hall with non-emergency animal control complaints, and leave a message for staff in the city shops, who will be handling those calls said Mayor Zac Weatherford at last week’s meeting of the Dayton City Council,

He said staff have been trained in handling those types of calls, and complaints will be investigated the following business day, including calls that come in after hours, or on weekends. The number to call direct is 382-4571.

Weatherford said people should continue to call 911 for emergencies regarding issues with animals.


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