The Angola Common Council denied a motion to add council members to city group insurance plans. The motion was denied 3-2 due to concerns of raising rates of the entire pool of those insured on the cities insurance plan.
Council also heard a report from Alissa Mills, Executive Director of the Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County that highlighted numbers from 2018. The shelter has fixed 214 cats so far in 2018 down 15 cats from 2017. The cost to have your cat or dog fixed is just 30 dollars for Steuben County residents. The shelter has logged 3,538 hours of community involvement. The Humane Shelter has received national recognition for the new building and services that it provides.
The next Angola Common Council meeting will take place from Council Chambers at City Hall on Monday December 17 at 7PM.
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