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Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes. Title 53 P.S. Municipal and Quasi-Municipal Corporations. Part X. Townships of the Second Class. Chapter 141. Second Class Township Code. Article XV. Corporate Powers. 66530. Regulation of dogs

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Citation: 53 P.S. 66530 - 66531

Citation: PA ST 53 P.S. 66530 - 66531


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:   This Pennsylvania statute provides that the board of supervisors may by ordinance prohibit and regulate the running at large of dogs.


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§ 66530. Regulation of dogs

The board of supervisors may by ordinance prohibit and regulate the running at large of dogs.

CREDIT(S)

1933, May 1, P.L. 103, No. 69, § 1530. Reenacted and amended 1995, Nov. 9, P.L. 350, No. 60, § 1, effective in 180 days.

 

§ 66531. Animal shelters

The board of supervisors may appropriate moneys to foster, encourage or assist the operation of humane societies, animal shelters or animal control centers or programs.

CREDIT(S)

1933, May 1, P.L. 103, No. 69, § 1531. Reenacted and amended 1995, Nov. 9, P.L. 350, No. 60, § 1, effective in 180 days.

 



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