Recently, local residents and their adopted "pit bull" terrier, Sherlock, became the center of controversy between the resident's condo association, other condo residents, and the village board. You can read the background of the story by clicking this link.
At the August 26 council meeting the issue was discussed and a motion was made to remove the breed discriminatory language from the existing ordinance and send the ordinance back to be drafted with breed neutral language. The motion passed unanimously.
Hats off to the elected officials in Cambridge. They listened carefully to all of the testimony presented to them and made a decision based on fact, not misinformation. ALL dog lovers can once again enjoy living in and visiting Cambridge.
You can see the WKOW - Madison news story video from last night's meeting by clicking this link.