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Dog-law wardens write 29 citations in New Kensington

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By The Valley News Dispatch
Friday, April 2, 2010
 

State dog-law wardens issued 29 citations in a canvass of New Kensington neighborhoods Tuesday, according to the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement at Harrisburg.

The summary charges are handled by a district judge.

People can be fined up to $300 for not having a current dog license and more for not having a rabies vaccination for their dogs or indoor cats.

Another canvass will be held somewhere in the Alle-Kiski Valley this month.

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