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Anonymous Don  |  6/22/2009 8:46 PM  |  Flag  
Now that's what I call leadership! Inspite of the rhetoric and bombardment of emails, faxes, phone calls and letters, the city council stepped up for the public good.

Well done.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/22/2009 9:38 PM  |  Flag  
Well done, Troy! Had I known, I would have swung by for some hand shaking and saved my turn south to Chesterfield for another day. Awesome! Sincerest thanks now and going forward.


Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/22/2009 11:02 PM  |  Flag  
Troy leaders should stand tall, but also be aware that they will be threatened and insulted by legions of criminal breeders and dog fighters. It doesn't matter. These creeps will eventually move on to harass someone else, and Troy citizens can live safer.

It sounds like these city councils have gotten savvy about exactly who is opposing regulation and bullying them.

Unlike this city council who is getting bullied by the breeders.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/23/2009 12:19 AM  |  Flag  
Troy joins the ranks of cities that will now be safer from devastating dog attacks. I look forward to the day that every state in the US follows suit and this travesty of a group of breeds goes the way of the dodo.

Anonymous Trigger  |  6/29/2009 12:51 PM  |  Flag  
Don't miss the great comments by Police Chief Jeff Taylor:

“We’ve had severe problems with pit bulls,” said Police Chief Jeff Taylor. “It’s something we deal with all the time, and it’s getting old. It’s a mess.”

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