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Resident takes exception with pet vaccinations

Resident Karen Weaver said she was hoping the city had made an error in judgment after recently driving by the Ennis Public Library, which was hosting a pet vaccination event. At the city commission’s last scheduled meeting Weaver spoke to the commission during the public comment portion of the meeting. “Driving to the library, which I patronize, I observed signs advertising a clinic that was offering low cost rabies vaccinations held on library property,” Weaver said. “The advertised price was $10. There was also larger sign that read “ten percent off with store paid receipt.” Weaver said she started inquiring with city staff why the pet vaccinations were being allowed on city property. Weaver said she received conflicting information from library staff, which told Weaver the city had supplied flyers advertising the vaccination event while city staff advised her the city’s animal control and public health department were in charge of the event. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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