City council considering ban on pets in parks
City council is considering a no-pet law banning animals such as dogs and cats from public parks.
During a city council meeting April 12, members of the city's parks and recreation board urged the council to restrict pets from some public parks in Mountain Home.
Earlier this year, the city council debated a proposal to enact a no-pet law in the city's parks. However, council put the initiative on hold to see if public outreach efforts would encourage pet owners to be more responsible in policing their animals.
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