New Safety Harbor ordinance prohibits the retail sale of pets

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SAFETY HARBOR — A topic first brought to the commission by a concerned resident about a year ago was passed by the City Commission as a new ordinance Monday prohibiting the retail sale of cats and dogs within city limits. There are currently no animals sales happening in the city, according to City Manager Matt Spoor, and the ordinance was created as a preventative measure. The move made Safety Harbor the second city in Pinellas County to pass such an ordinance, the first being St. Petersburg.

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