City to take over shelter


This time the City of Port Isabel is following through. Paperwork was being pro­cessed Monday morning that will, in essence, force the Laguna Madre Humane So­ciety (LMHS) to turn over the operations of the Port Isabel Animal Shelter to the City.

This as City Manager Ed Meza works towards ensur­ing that qualified manpower is in place to properly handle animals.

“That’s the goal of every­one here,” said Meza, “the safety of the animals.”

Members of the LMHS are declining to comment to the media at this time, but in communications obtained by the Press, they are preparing to attend the commissioners’ meeting Tuesday night in or­der to speak in public.

“They are saying that they will be speaking,” said Meza, “but they are still saying the same things to us in the back­ground. We are trying to get them to provide us with the qualifications of their work­ers and instead of doing that, they are turning and challeng­ing ours.”

For more on this story, pick up a copy of the Mar. 24 edition of the Port Isabel South Padre Press or check out our E-edition by clicking here.

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