Puppies sit in a kennel at the Fresno County Animal Control facility. Fresno County contracted with the Central California SPCA for animal control services, as did the city of Fresno, until a contract dispute in 2012. Animal control is one of numerous issues that county supervisors expect to discuss with city officials in the coming months.
Puppies sit in a kennel at the Fresno County Animal Control facility. Fresno County contracted with the Central California SPCA for animal control services, as did the city of Fresno, until a contract dispute in 2012. Animal control is one of numerous issues that county supervisors expect to discuss with city officials in the coming months. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Puppies sit in a kennel at the Fresno County Animal Control facility. Fresno County contracted with the Central California SPCA for animal control services, as did the city of Fresno, until a contract dispute in 2012. Animal control is one of numerous issues that county supervisors expect to discuss with city officials in the coming months. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
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