The position was discussed at length by Lower Saucon Township Council on Jan. 16.
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Lower Saucon Township officials announced, however, that they will continue to look for more desirable alternatives for dealing with strays.
At their Dec. 21 meeting, Lower Saucon Township Council members voted 4-0 to approve a contract with the Center for Animal Health and Welfare in Williams Township. Council members—except Sandra Yerger, who was absent for the meeting—all voiced previously discussed concerns about the contract, but voted to approve it because there are currently no other alternatives for dealing with strays in the township. “Unfortunately, it’s the only game in town,” said township manager Jack Cahalan, who reviewed the 2012 contract with council members. Cahalan noted some of the changes and increasing costs the township will be faced with under the terms of the new contract. The agreement now includes cats and will allow residents to bring in wandering …