With the animal shelter’s population and financials now stable, the Washington County-Johnson City Animal Control Board is looking at proactive methods of reducing the number of abandoned animals in the county, especially considering the spring mating season is a few months away.
The Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter’s fiscal position appears to be “stabilizing,” according to September’s financial reports approved by the Animal Control Board on Tuesday.
More than 3,100 animals were adopted from the Washington County/Johnson City Animal Shelter during its first full year in its new facility — with the fewest dogs euthanized since the facility has kept records.
After an eight-month search, the Animal Control Board has hired two administrators to fill former director Debbie Dobbs’ role.
The search will continue.
Washington County-Johnson City Animal Control Board Chairman Gary McAllister on Monday violated the Tennessee Open Meetings Act when he denied a Johnson City Press reporter access to a meeting at which the merits of three applicants for the
Updated Jun 22, 2016 at 8:20 AM