Leland adds dangerous dog ordinance

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By Brian Slattery

Leland’s police chief was given a long leash to decide if dogs are a threat to residents.

The town board established a dangerous dog ordinance at its Sept. 19 meeting.

Ernie Chance of Garden Drive spoke to the board about dogs running loose in his neighborhood.

“I’ve lived 45 years in Leland,” Chance said of his home on Basin Street. “At the house across the street there are two pit bulls with no collars that came right up on my porch. Something needs to be done.”

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