ABERDEEN, Miss. (WTVA) -- The Monroe County Board of Supervisors have once again tabled a proposed vicious dog ordinance.
The ordinance, proposed by supervisor Carol Crawford, is not breed specific, but would be enforced on any dog that causes problems or attacks people, pets or property.
During a meeting Friday, board members continued to have questions regarding enforcing the ordinance.
One concern is how the county will fund an officer to oversee it and the cost of housing the animals that are seized.