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City Clerk and Finance Director

Clinton

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The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa - Council looking at animal license law

www.clintonherald.com [cached]

At the City Council's committee of the whole session, Clinton City Clerk/Finance Director Deb Neels said her staff surveyed the policies of several other cities and sent questionnaires to local veterinarians.

She noted license numbers are on a downward swing again and her office is planning to place a license application in sewer bills to encourage pet owners to license their animals.
At-large Councilman Ron Mallicoat suggested the council consider a requirement that veterinarians fax all rabies certifications to the city so officials can determine who owns pets.Neels said that could be done, but a billing function would have to be determined.
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Neels said it is the city's policy to document rabies vaccinations and said a database has been created to offer ready access to that information.She also doesn't believe the intent of the program was to generate revenue.


At the City Council's ...

clintonherald.com [cached]

At the City Council's committee of the whole session, Clinton City Clerk/Finance Director Deb Neels said her staff surveyed the policies of several other cities and sent questionnaires to local veterinarians.

She noted license numbers are on a downward swing again and her office is planning to place a license application in sewer bills to encourage pet owners to license their animals.
At-large Councilman Ron Mallicoat suggested the council consider a requirement that veterinarians fax all rabies certifications to the city so officials can determine who owns pets. Neels said that could be done, but a billing function would have to be determined. Ward 1 Councilman Bob Soesbe said of the 15,000 to 17,000 pets in Clinton, the city only has licenses on record for approximately 10 percent. He said raising the license fee only hurts those who are properly licensing their pets.
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Neels said it is the city's policy to document rabies vaccinations and said a database has been created to offer ready access to that information. She also doesn't believe the intent of the program was to generate revenue.


The position has been left vacant ...

clintonherald.com [cached]

The position has been left vacant since previous finance director Deb Neels retired in April 2010.


Finance Director Deborah ...

www.clintonherald.com [cached]

Finance Director Deborah Neels said there is about $7,600 in outstanding debt from that period.


City Finance Director Deb ...

www.qctimes.com [cached]

City Finance Director Deb Neels told the council the local match would have to be included in a bond issue.

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Posted in Local, Government-and-politics on Sunday, September 27, 2009 10:50 pm | Tags: Outdoor Recreation, Recreation Trail, Eagle Heights Elementary School, Regional Planning Affiliation, East Central Intergovernmental Association, Department Of Transportation, Bob Soesbe, Deb Neels, Mark Vulich, Ron Mallicoat, Paul Gassman

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