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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1994
A scheduled meeting Monday of the city's Board of Animal Regulation Commissioners to discuss a 7-month-old ban on coyote trapping has been canceled due to concern about earthquake safety at the meeting site. The meeting location, the Reseda Senior Citizen Center, suffered some earthquake damage and may not be safe for a meeting of many people, said Nancy Moriarty, spokeswoman for the Animal Regulation Department. She said her department had not scheduled a new date or site for the meeting.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1994
A scheduled meeting Monday of the city's Board of Animal Regulation Commissioners to discuss a 7-month-old ban on coyote trapping has been canceled due to concern about earthquake safety at the meeting site. The meeting location, the Reseda Senior Citizen Center, suffered some earthquake damage and may not be safe for a meeting of many people, said Nancy Moriarty, spokeswoman for the Animal Regulation Department. She said her department had not scheduled a new date or site for the meeting.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 2000 | MARTHA L. WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Saying drastic measures are needed to stem pet overpopulation, Los Angeles Animal Regulation commissioners voted Monday to recommend raising license fees for unaltered dogs to $100 and to force cat owners to keep their pets indoors unless they are spayed or neutered. The unanimous vote by the five-member commission was taken after three years of lobbying by animal rescue groups, who have called for tough new rules to reduce the thousands of animals euthanized monthly at the city's shelters.
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