Stringer Audit Slams Animal Control: Key Background

April 20, 2015 1:36 PM

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A comptroller's report released over the weekend faulted the way the city's animal control system handled dangerous medication, maintained its facilities and managed its finances, echoing concerns voices by animal advocates for several years.

Animal Care & Control, the non-profit organization that operates the city's animal shelters under a municipal contract, agreed with many of the findings and has already taken action to address some—including devoting $8 million in capital funding to make better use of space.

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