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02 Animal Control Revisions TOWN OF TRUCKEE California ORDINANCE NO. 9602 AN ORDINANCE OF ~ TOWN OF TRUCKEE AMENDING THE TRUCKEE MUNICIPAL CODE, CHAPTER 8 ANIMAL CONTROL, SECTION 8.01 The Town Council of the Town of Truckee Does Ordain as Follows: Section 1. Enactment. Chapter 8 of the Truckee Municipal Code is hereby amended by amending Section 8.01.160 and Section 8.01.420 as designated in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Section 2. Surmn~_ Publication and Posting. Within thirty (30) days aRer final adoption of this Ordinance, the Town Clerk shall have a summm-y of the ordinance prepared by the Town Attorney and published as required. Within fifteen (15) days after final adoption of this Ordinance, the Town Clerk shall have it posted in the three (3) public places designated by Resolution of the Council. The forego'rog Ordinance was adopted at a regular meeting of the Town Council of the Town of Truckee, held on the 18th day of April, 1996, by Council Member Carpenter, who moved its introduction, which motion was seconded by Council Member Eagan, was upon roll call carded by the following vote: AYES: Council Members Carpenter, Drake, Eagan & Mayor McCormack NOES: None ABSENT: Council Member Cross -~ Don McCormack, Mayor Attest: Stephen L.VvVright~wn~'~/k EXHIBIT 'A' 8.01.160 Deposit Fees and Potentially Dangerous Dos Fees. (a) Deposit fees shall be set by the Animal Control Officer. (b) Deposit fees for the spaying or neutering of dogs or cats under six (6) months of age shall be forfeited if the animal is not spayed or neutered within six (6) months of the date of adoption. Deposit fees for dogs or cats over the age of six (6) months at the time of adoption shall be forfeited if the animal is not spayed or neutered within sixty (60) days of the date of adoption. (c) Deposit fees for dog licenses shall be forfeited if a valid rabies certificate is not presented within ten (10) days of the date of deposit. (d) Forfeited deposit fees shall be deposited by the Animal Control Officer with the Treasurer for allocation to a fund set up for: 1. A program to spay or neuter dogs or cats; 2. A public education program to prevent overpopulation of dogs and cats; 3. A public education program to teach pet owner responsibility; 4. Any educational material for (1) through (3) above. (e) Potentially dangerous dog fees shall be set by the Animal Control Officer. 8.01.420 Anima/sRunnin~ at Large Prohibited. It is unlawful for any person owning or having possession, charge, custody, or control of any animal to cause, permit or allow the animal to stray, run or in any other manner to be at large in or upon any public street, sidewalk, park, school ground, or other public place, or upon any private place or property without consent of the owner or person in control of such private place or property. The provisions of this Section shall not apply to: (a) Any hunting dog during such time it is being used for the purpose of lawful hunting or during such time it is being trained to be a hunting dog, provided such hunting or training is on land or premises to which the person hunting or training such dog has a legal right to be upon. (b) Working dogs during those periods when the dog is working other animals. (c) Animals in the immediate presence and under direct control of the owner and the owner can demonstrate effective control of the animal.