Cleveland, Tenn., City Councilman Richard Banks takes a look at the Cleveland Animal Control Division's shelter Monday. The City Council took a field trip to the animal shelter between meetings where they heard steps are being taken towards becoming a "no-kill'' city and from some animal advocates who are raising concerns about that designation.
Cleveland, Tenn., City Councilman Richard Banks takes a look at the Cleveland Animal Control Division's shelter Monday. The City Council took a field trip to the animal shelter between meetings where they heard steps are being taken towards becoming a "no-kill'' city and from some animal advocates who are raising concerns about that designation.
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published Monday, August 13th, 2012
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Steps are being taken toward a "no kill city" here, the Cleveland City Council learned Monday.

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