Wicomico County, MD
In other business, the council is also scheduled to push ahead legislation strengthening the county's dangerous dogs ordinance.
The council originally passed emergency legislation Oct. 16, after two dogs mauled a 14-year-old Willards boy near his home last August.
The council could vote today to set a public hearing date on the legislation. The bill would include licensing a panel to review each dog attack. The panel, made up of law enforcement, health officials and a veterinarian, could have the authority to euthanize an animal after just one attack.
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