Senior animal control officer David Creasman leads a hound dog into a kennel at the Cleveland Animal Control Shelter in Cleveland, Tenn. A five-member committee made up of two Cleveland City Council members, two Bradley County commissioners, and animal rescue worker Rachel Veazey is being formed to address providing animal control services to county residents.
Senior animal control officer David Creasman leads a hound dog into a kennel at the Cleveland Animal Control Shelter in Cleveland, Tenn. A five-member committee made up of two Cleveland City Council members, two Bradley County commissioners, and animal rescue worker Rachel Veazey is being formed to address providing animal control services to county residents.
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Monday, September 16th, 2013
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bradley County officials are considering a pair of proposals submitted by nonprofit animal welfare organizations as they look for a possible solution to the community's long-term animal control service needs.

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