Residents express animal control concerns to county council

By Greg Oliver

Courtesy The Journal

PICKENS — Several Clemson residents appeared before Pickens County Council last week to urge it to address the county’s animal control ordinance they say needs to be strengthened to curb abuse and neglect of animals.

“I’m here to ask you to fix a problem we here in Pickens County all share,” Susan Robinette said. “Although we have an animal control ordinance, animals here continue to suffer starvation, chaining, cruelty, neglect and abandonment. The ordinance needs to be strengthened with the addition of

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