Taber Police hope for community involvement in plans for new animal control facility

By Lara Fominoff @LaraFominoff on Twitter
January 29, 2019 - 5:06pm

TABER - Taber Police want to hear from members of the community who may want to become involved in the development and creation of a new animal control facility.

Back in 2017, police hosted a town hall meeting about animal wellness issues in the Town, because of what they say is the state of disrepair of the current animal control facility.

According to a social media post, Taber Police say the current building is in need of replacement and an optimal model would be based on partnerships. As such, the department has been spearheading the project as a community needs initiative.

A consultation process is now underway and funds have already been budgeted for, and approved. Anyone who would like to become involved, can contact the Chief of Police at 403-223-8991 or contact the Lost Paws Society on its Facebook page. 

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