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Trinity City SignBy Tony Farkas
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TRINITY — The Trinity City Council took no action regarding changes to animal control ordinances, except to say that the city will take enforcement seriously.

At its regular meeting on Thursday, Mayor Billy Goodin said that while council members in the past have expressed concerns about the current animal control ordinances, nothing need be done, and all that has to happen is enforcement needs to be ramped up.

A Public Works employee, once trained, will serve as an animal control officer, and any violations will be turned over to the Police Department for legal enforcement.

In other business, the council:

•authorized letting for bids a water line project;

•tabled approval of a quote of $48,000 for a replacement motor for a trash removal truck; and

•took no action on a request from Beth Newton for an egress on Avanna Street as there was no one there to discuss the issue.

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