Full Statute Name:  West's Arkansas Code Annotated . Title 14. Local Government. Subtitle 2. County Government. Chapter 16. Powers Of Counties Generally. Subchapter 7. Regulation Of Dogs And Cats. Regulation By Suburban Improvement District.

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Primary Citation:  A.C.A. § 14-16-701 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  August, 2015 Alternate Citation:  AR ST § 14-16-701 Date Adopted:  1993
Summary:

This Arkansas statute provides that, upon the written request of the governing body of a suburban improvement district (as defined by statute), a county may by ordinance control and regulate dogs and cats within all or any part of the suburban improvement district.  This statute does not elaborate on the confines of such ordinances, so it is assumed the subject matter is constrained only through preemption.

Statute Text: 

(a) Upon the written request of the governing body of a suburban improvement district, a county may by ordinance control and regulate dogs and cats within all or any part of the suburban improvement district.

(b) As used in this section, "suburban improvement district" means a suburban improvement district which includes as one of its purposes for organization the construction or maintenance of roads or streets and which is governed by § 14- 92-201 et seq. or its predecessor acts.

Acts of 1993, Act 622, § 1.

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