Ask NPR to fund spaying and neutering

The City Of New Port Richey On Tuesday held a Work session which included using city funds ($16k) a year to help fund a low-cost spay/Neuter Clinic at the SPCA of west Pasco In NPR. It appears only 2 council members are on board with this Idea.

So we need your help, no matter where you live, Please contact the NPR city council and tell them how imperative it is that they provide city money for this cause. There needs to be a more convenient and affordable place for city residents to have their animals spayed and neutered. The homeless animal situation will only get worse with time, These animals need help now!

Below is a link to an article relating to this topic that appeared in the St Pete Times, and also contact information for all the council members and the city Manager.

Thank you!
Deano

Article:
http://www.sptimes.com/2007/09/27/Pasco/Plan_for_city_funded_.shtml

Mayor Dan Tipton
(727) 853-1016 ext. 2029
tiptonD@cityofnewportrichey.org

Deputy Mayor Ginny Miller
(727) 853-1016 ext. 2031
millerv@cityofnewportrichey.org

Councilwoman Marilynn deChant
(727) 853-1016 ext. 2033
dechantm@cityofnewportrichey.org

Councilman Bob Consalvo
(727) 853-1016 ext. 2032
consalvor@cityofnewportrichey.org

Councilman Rob Marlowe
(727) 853-1016 ext.2030
marlower@cityofnewportrichey.org

City Manager, J. Scott Miller
(727) 853-1021
millerjs@cityofnewportrichey.org

 

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