Buffalo Council Approves Maintenance Funds For St. Francis

Buffalo Council Approves Maintenance Funds For St. Francis

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, approved $3,000 for maintenance at the St. Francis Animal Shelter.

Director Susan Guilford approached the council, saying the shelter was in need of replacing cat kennels and repairing a dog run area adjacent to the building.

Giilford said in addition to regular maintenance needs, the shelter has seen an increase from around 30 cats and kittens just a short while ago to now having a population around 70.

She explained more about their need to the council.

The council approved the request for $3,000 to go to the shelter's maintenance issues.

The money for the repairs will come from the city's Building Maintenance Fund and will be paid upon a receipt being presented to the council.

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