County Oks Fund Raising for New P.A.W.S. Dog Park
Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 11:13AM

Anderson County Council formally approved a recommendation by the finance committee to create a mechanism to receive donations to build a new dog park at the Pets Are Worth Saving (P.A.W.S.) facilty.

The new facilty is expected to cost approximately $250,000, and is needed because P.A.W.S. has outgrown the current dog park setup with the influx of potential adopters and volunteers we have on a daily basis

"A number of potential donors have approached us about giving to this park, and we needed a way to collect the funds," said Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns.

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