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No changes to rabies resolution

Another meeting set for March 5

The Barton County Health Department held a meeting on Wednesday to discuss the Barton County rabies resolution, and if there is a need for an update to the existing regulations.
“This meeting was to discuss the current regulations when it comes to how we vaccinate animals in Barton County,” Barton County Health Director Shelly Schneider said. “There was a public complaint about the resolution that drew interested from the city officials and the public to see if a change is needed on how these animals are treated according to the resolution.”
The current resolution states that anyone that feeds, waters ...

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