Dog tag sales commence in Pickering

Posted March 3, 2015 at 6:56 pm

 The starting of the Pickering City Council meeting on March 2 was delayed 10 minutes, due to the sale of dog tags.

Kevin Leedom, alderman, hand-delivered the dog ordinance to each Pickering household on March 1. Several citizens came to buy the licenses before the meeting. The dog licenses can be purchased before city council meetings starting at 5:45 pm, the first Monday of the month with the next opportunity to be Monday, April 6, at the Pickering Community Building.

Linda Young, alderman, had given the dog ordinance to Sheriff Darren White, who according to Young, had made a copy for Bob Rice, Nodaway County prosecutor.

Gary Dew, Pickering, made inquiries of the council concerning the trailer he had

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