MIDDLE TOWNSHIP TAKES CONTROL OF ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES

The Middle Township Committee has decided to keep all animal control  services in the community and discontinue the practice of sharing resources with other towns.  The decision will help the Township improve the level of animal control services and public safety while  also complying with state-mandated requirements including a dog census. Middle Township retains the services of Animal Control Officer William Candell who will now  serve the Township exclusively on a full-time basis. The Township will schedule and promote two rabies clinics each year.  The next clinic will be held  on Saturday, January 25th, at 2pm at the Middle Township Public Works building.

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