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Hoisington City Council discusses animal control

HOISINGTON — The Hoisington City Council decided at its regular meeting last week to continue the animal control options the way they currently are. The city currently takes all stray animals to the Hoisington Veterinary Hospital. The council  had looked at a proposal to take care of the animals by the city as a cost saving measure, but turned it down.
In other business, the city will be send some of its electrical surplus base load to Meade for the last six months of 2013, although City Manager Jonathan Mitchell said it will be a nominal amount. The council approved this ...

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